"BIG THINGS HAVE SMALL BEGINNINGS"
One of our cornerstone goals with The Foxhole Stories is to make a professional theater company for vets, by vets that work professionally with civilians. Some of the things we hope to provide our community is a drama therapy class free to all veterans, promoting military themed new and classical works for the stage, and fostering the "voices" of young veteran-artists.
LA based actor and writer graduating from NYC's Marymount Manhattan College earning his BA in Theater Performance and an AA-T in Theater Arts from Golden West College.
Some career highlights for me include performing on Off-Broadway and regional theaters across the country, being an acting apprentice in the competitive program at Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, and building my filmography with rising film director's of today.
USMC Veteran 08'-12'
He is both an actor and stage manager, having received his Bachelor of Sciene in Acting at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and currently a MFA Graduate Candidate in Stage Management at the University of California Irvine. Joseph has staged managed numerous shows including: the Irene Ryans for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region III, Henry IV at Shakespeare Orange County, and has taken a production to KCACTF Region III. He has also been seen as an actor both on stage in a diverse number of shows and in an award winning tv show Love Bites Written, Directed and Edited by Steven Heil while at UWO. Joseph has a huge interest in promoting diversity and educating about the LGBTQ+ community. He is excited to be a part of the Fox Hole Stories and being able to help tell the stories of our military veterans, having had to leave the military himself after a short time due to Don’t ask Don’t Tell.
Army Veteran 05'-06'
Brock Joseph proudly served in the U.S. Navy, forward deployed in Yokosuka, Japan, aboard the famed USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63). After being honorably discharged, in 2010 Brock turned his efforts to obtaining his B.A. in Theater Arts and Business, first attending The Colorado Film School and later making the move back to Southern Californian theater community. Recently he was named Best Actor by OC Weekly in their annual “Best of OC” edition for 2017 (for role of General Longstreet in Maverick Theater’s World Premiere,“The Killer Angels”). Past roles include: Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby, Sir Galahad in Monty Python’s Spamalot, Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, and Macbeth in The Scottish Play.
Zachary Diamond has obtained a collective of 15 years industry experience. Starting as a kid training at Orange County's South Coast Repertory, his passion started with his first ever professional production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, where he had the opportunity to play Turkey Boy at age 8. He then moved on to do over 50 community theatre productions with roles including Patrick Dennis in Auntie Mame, Doctor Cukrowicz in Suddenly Last Summer, and Hot Blades Harry in Urinetown. He trained through the Orange County School of the Arts and found the technical side of the arts in College where he landed his first industry job at a film and marketing company. Since, he has helped to bring companies and artists into the next evolutionary step of their businesses for last two years.