Joshua Quinlan

Joshua is from Oshawa and he is aware that it rhymes. He holds an M.F.A. in Design for Theatre from The Ohio State University and a BA Honours  in Drama from the University of Windsor . In 2015 Joshua was awarded a Peggy Ezekiel Award of Distinction for his scenic design of Mozart's Don Giovanni. Joshua is interested in sustainable theatre design. His thesis design for OSU's An Enemy of the People explored green theatre practices. At the Stratford Festival, Joshua has received the Ian and Molly Lindsay Design Fellowship (2017), and the Tom Patterson Award (2019). Joshua was a  2020 Pauline McGibbon Award nominee.


Currently, Joshua is the Associate Set and Props Designer for Swan Lake  at the National Ballet of Canada. He is also working at the Stratford Festival as a Design Assistant for The Miser and a Set Design Assistant for ChicagoMuch Ado About Nothing, and Here's What It Takes  in the 2020 Season.