JOSHUA LUBBEN both a classical and folk musician, Joshua Lubben has performed extensively on stages ranging from South Florida's Meyer Amphitheatre and Flagler Museum to The Gardens, a hockey arena in Warroad, MN. Joshua's original music has been successfully premiered in festivals, concerts, and celebrations, reaching venues such as the Norton Museum of Art (Art After Dark concert series), the Breakers Hotel, the South Florida Fair, and Mar-a-Lago. As a writer of musical theatre and avid performer, Joshua was thrilled to be cast last summer in PBD’s acclaimed production of Woody Guthrie's American Song. He is a founding member of The Lubben Brothers, a folk band hailing from South Florida. In October 2018, under the direction of Allen McCoy, Joshua was honored to perform alongside a stellar cast in The Luck of Roaring Camp, an original folk musical written in collaboration with his triplet brothers, Michael and Tom. Thankful for such a memorable premiere, he anticipates an exciting future for the show while sketching out his next project. Outside of writing and performing, Joshua climbs trees, makes his own peanut butter, and dreams about living in the mountains.