Joshua W. Brewer is a theater and film artist living in Chicago, Il. He was educated at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama where he earned a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Drama with a focus in Directing.
His theater work includes the plays Medea with Poetry Is, Apples and Roofies and Endlings, with The Rum & Coke Collective, The Hot Dog Stand with Dandelion Theatre, Inherit the Wind with The Mimes and Mummers at Fordham University, Endlings and Remains at Gorilla Tango Theater, Sirens and Superheroes for the Kansas City Fringe, All the Smart Choices during the Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins festival in Chicago, and A Canterbury Journey with Zoot Theater Company. He also served as the assistant director for The Oresteia Project in Pittsburgh, which was listed as one of the Top Ten Theatrical Productions of the Decade by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
As a writer, his plays have been seen in Dayton, OH, Pittsburgh, PA, Orlando, FL, and Chicago, IL. He was a co-writer on the film Body, which won Honorable Mention at the Metropolitan Film Festival of NYC as well as the Gold Award in Narrative Film at the California Film Awards.
His work in film also includes producing the short films Infinite Heist and Yes, So...
Currently, he serves as a Staff Writer for Film Collective Studio's production of Rural, a serial drama, and as a Writer for Slickster Magazine
He enjoys making lists and laughing manically in the dark.