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Kean University

Josh “J” Feliciano-Sanchez Moser (they/them) is an actor, voice and dialect specialist represented by Brickhouse Talent, and professional coach for actors and speakers. Josh is a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, and a Certified teacher of Knight Thompson Speechwork, with an MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a BA from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Josh completed additional actor intensive training with SITI Company at the 2013 Summer Intensive, and in Bali with the master teachers of Bali Taksu: The Power of Clown in 2017.

Josh has been an Assistant Professor in Kean University’s Theatre Conservatory since 2022.  Other recent professional commitments include: a Senior Consultant for the Strictly Speaking Group; a consultant for the top rated app Bold Voice; and a Fulbright Specialist on the Fulbright Program's Specialist's Roster. Additional teaching experience includes Brown University/Trinity Repertory MFA Interim head of Voice and Speech from 2019 - 2022; HB Studios; The American Academy of Dramatic Arts; the La MaMa ETC/Trinity College Performing Arts Semester; City College of New York; SCAD; PACE; and others. 

Josh co-authored the article Strategies for Guiding Actors' Accent and Linguistic Needs in the Twenty-First Century published in the Voice and Speech Review, and is currently co-authoring a book on accents and dialects of the Spanish speaking diaspora for actors.

Some of Josh’s coaching work includes: Profile Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, Brown U/Trinity Repertory, CNN’s Harry Enten, Savannah Stage Company, Savannah Shakes, Garden of Voices, and others.

Josh has appeared as Hedwig directed by Tara Moses at Brown/Trinity Rep, as Bahoma in Pueblo Revolt by Dillon Chitto at the Goodman Theater. Also seen in Phoenix Theatre Ensemble's productions of Judas, and The Cult Play. Josh has also been in off-off-broadway productions at Dixon Place, 13th Street Repertory, Stage Left Studio, and regionally at Montgomery Theatre, the Media Theatre, Savannah Stage Company, Collective Face Ensemble, and the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.


  • Knight Thompson Speechwork Certified Teacher 2020
  • Fitzmaurice Voicework Certified Teacher 2016
  • Savannah College of Art and Design Master of Fine Arts 2014
  • West Chester University of Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts 2009

Courses Taught

  • THE 1100 Acting 1
  • THE 3145 Voice 1
  • THE 2110 Movement 1
  • THE 3160 Classical Verse Text and the Actor's Instrument
  • THE 3170 Advanced Voice and Movement
  • THE 3180 Voiceovers and Audiobooks

Research Interests

  • Consent Based, Anti-Oppressive, Identity-Conscious, Intersectional and Interdisciplinary Teaching and Leadership Practices
  • Trauma informed, Anti-Racist, and Culturally Competent approaches for developing new work, and teaching voice, speech, physical theatre, acting.
  • LGBTQ+ Empowering and Gender Affirming voice and speech coaching practices
  • Accents and Dialects for actors, of both English and Spanish speaking communities


  • Actor’s Equity Association
  • The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors
  • The Voice and Speech Trainers Association
  • Resident Ensemble Member of Phoenix Theatre Ensemble