"Joshua James' work is bold, intelligent and subversive. Read it. Then find a way to make it happen on stage. American theater is clogged with the paltry visions of the privileged class, which assure us that the world we live in does not need immediate and radical change. James' work pulls the plug on sentimentality and comfort on stage. His work is at times dark, disturbing, but always arresting and shot through with a fine sense of humour."
- Obie-award winning playwright Naomi Wallace
About the Author
JOSHUA JAMES is a screenwriter, novelist and playwright based in New York City. As a playwright, Joshua made his London debut when The Men's Room was produced at the Croydon Warehouse Theatre. He made his Off-Broadway debut in The Fear Project at The Barrow Group with his piece Extreme Eugene. His plays have been produced throughout New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, all across the United States and various other parts of the world. His most recent books are THE JOSHUA JAMES PROJECT, an anthology of forty-four short plays that are now royalty-free for educational and amateur production and THE PENIS PAPERS, a free ebook of his popular play. His film credits include POUND OF FLESH, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. Joshua loves ice-cold tea, cool summer breezes and hot Brazilian Jiujitsu, though not necessarily in that order.