Josiah Vasquez

  • Music Theatre/Opera
  • New York, NY

Josiah Jose Vasquez (they/he) is a queer, non-binary, Puerto Rican, and Dominican artist advocate born and raised in the Bronx. While still residing in NYC, Josiah spent his teenage years in Massachusetts, receiving his high school diploma from Amherst Regional High School and his B.A. in Drama with a minor in Music from Tufts University.

Josiah is represented by Campbell Artists, an agency that represents talent that identifies as actors, models, and/or dancers. They have acting credits with Columbia University, Prospect Theater Company, and The Void Theatre Collective. Josiah professionally models, having worked with JBL, Clinique, Kiehl’s, and Keys Soulcare. They have begun reigniting their passion for dance through the EMERGENYC Flagship program, most notably dancing for Bessie Award winner Arthur Aviles, in his revival of Untitled #1 After Martha Graham.

Josiah hopes to meld his love for art and activism and pursue work that challenges how we were taught the world should be.

“NLI will help me continue transforming the multigenerational and multiethnic Latine arts community until the nonbinary/trans latine community have a seat at the table.”