Joshua Gannon-Salomon has devoted himself to telling stories through theatre, literature, and music since he learned to speak. An actor since age 8, his love of poetry, prose, song and drama carried him through high school, Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, and Hampshire College, where he performed in musicals and circus shows, and earned his BA after writing and directing his first musical. Since then, he has worked for the Vermont Puppetree, Kaleidoscope Children’s Theatre, and King Richard’s Faire, among other venues. Musically, he plays in a folk-rock band called the King’s Busketeers, and sings with the sea shanty group BONES. In addition to his work with PAC MetroWest as a teacher and director, Joshua is also currently working on stage adaptations of The Haunter of the Dark by H. P. Lovecraft and Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.