Josh Wynter

Company Member - Josh Wynter (Photo by Bjorn Bolinder)

Joshua is proud to be a new member  Broken  Box  Mime  Theatre.  Some of his  past  credits  include  A Christmas Carol (Blessed Unrest),  Hamlet (Metropolitan Opera), The Mechanical (Bond StreetTheatre), and Pioneer One (LastSat Productions), New York Television Festival winner for Best Drama  Pilot.  Josh  is  also a  member  of  Big  Apple  Playback  Theatre,  a  movement/improvisation company  committed  to  social  justice  and  community  building. And,  he  is  also  a  performing artist/educator with Bond Street Theatre, where he has performed and led workshops in Haiti to educate and empower women and children. Mr. Wynter studied theatre at the University at Buffalo and Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre.

When did you first encounter/learn about mime?

While in college, SUNY Buffalo. The chairman of the theatre department at that time, Vincent O'Neill, taught pantomime which he learned from Marcel Marceau.

How did you find Broken Box Mime Theater?

Through this fantastic woman named Marissa Molnar, who I met while in a workshop at Blessed Unrest (a theatre company). I wonder what she's doing these days.

If you had a solo mime piece about your life, what would it be called and why?

“Chao's! And then there was you”. As with everyone, I've had my ups and downs, but a lot of great things in my life have come out of bleak situations.  

What is your favorite thing about mime?

Hearing an audiences response as they figure out  what you are doing. It feels like letting someone in on a joke or a really good secret.

What is your favorite food?

Chocolate. There's no chocolate later, there is only chocolate now!

What’s your most played song?

Where it's at - Beck

What's your favorite quote?

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade, and then throw it in the face of the person who gave you the lemons until they give you the oranges you originally asked for.

What is your favorite time of day/day of the week/month of the year?

Late night/early morning (aka vampire time)/Monday/September

What’s your favorite mode of transportation?


If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor?

Steven Banks

If you could witness any event past, present or future, what would it be?

If I could visit any time, it would be a thousand years into to the future. I would love to see how future archeologist try to piece together our lives. And find out what they find laughably wrong in our understanding of the world and what they get wrong about how we lived. Sort of like Futurama, but for real.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

I would love to learn to fly a space shuttle.

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