May the power of the Force be with you on your journey down the rails of life, until all are one.

Joined Sep 2019 17 Following15 Followers
About SonicSpeed123606

Hello! My name is Joshua Boston! I am an aspiring project creator. Here are a few things about me:

Current full-time storehand at local tire shop

Former part-time employee at Arby's
Diagnosed with Asperger's at a young age
Pianist (not necessarily professional)
Singing Vocalist (trained under Dr. Patrick Newell)
WNCC Theater Major (trained under Francesca Mintowt-Czyz and Violette Briggs), gradutated in May 2022.

I am also a developing playwright, and am currently working on an adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes story called A Case of Identity. On this site, I am currently working on something called Thomas Tuesdays, which is basically adaptation narrations of the Railway Series by the Rev. W. Awdry. I am unable to pay my actors at this time due to finances being too tight, but hopefully this is not a turn-off for most folks.

Some of my interests include:

Thomas the Tank Engine (The Railway Series)
Power Rangers
Justice League
Sonic the Hedgehog

Western Nebraska Community College - 2021


Instructed by Francesca Mintowt-Czyz

Movement class helped me learn more about what different styles of theater there are, and what goes into playing different time periods and characters.

Western Nebraska Community College - 2021

Stage Makeup

Instructed by Violette Briggs

In this course, I got to learn a bit more about character designs with makeup, such as animals, age, and injuries. This is especially helpful when in a live-action show in the theater or on a Hollywood blockbuster set.

Western Nebraska Community College - 2021

Acting I

Instructed by Violette Briggs

In this course, I learned a bit more about theatrical philosophies and how people approached them. The biggest ones included Stanislavski (realism), Meisner (observational), and Chekov (reactionary).

Western Nebraska Community College - 2022

Scripts in Prodcution

Instructed by Violette Briggs

In this course, I learned more about what goes into script-building and writing stories to be played on stage, on the radio, or for Hollywood. All the skills I have learned from this course should help me out with creating my own stories for the audio drama.

Also during this course, I learned how to work as a stage manager and what goes into it. With this experience, I have gained a clearer understanding and greater appreciation of what goes on behind the scenes. I hope to take up a similar job someday if I cannot pursue being an actor.

Acting II - 2022

Instructed by Violette Briggs

In this course, we learned more about theatrical history and what parts still linger on in today's world. For example, we still have the influence of the ancient Greeks with their masks and character creating. Taking from the French Neoclassical era, we have a more romantic and big approach to how we work around the storytelling aspect. The Commedia de'l Artte from 16th century Italy helps with improvisation and acting out a story to the audience, like a fairytale, with a certain character trope. The Shakespearean approach combines many of these aspects together, and they still carry on into today's world.

Western Nebraska Community College - 2020

Survey of Theater Design

Instructed by Francesca Mintowt-Czyz

This course dove into the theatrical side of lighting and set designs. Survey of Theater Design helped me gain a clearer understanding of how set designs were made and how they can influence the scene or show's mood and setting.

Western Nebraska Community College - 2020

Technical Production I

Instructed by Francesca Mintowt-Czyz

In this course, I got to dive a bit more into set design and learning more about how to build sets and creating costumes. Now I have a clearer understanding of how these parts of a show can make it more enticing to the audience.

Western Nebraska Community College - 2021

Voice and Articulation

Instructed by Francesca Mintowt-Czyz

For this course, I learned how to annunciate a bit more and how to project in a theatrical show. Voice and Articulation is excellent to have when you are in a VA setting, and I got to learn that in Francesca's final semester as an instructor before she moved onto work on a master's program in Savannah, Georgia.


I currently get a net pay of between $400 to $600 every other week, so I am willing to negotiate pricing for my actors and actresses, starting at a fixed rate of $20 per script (can vary depending on the situation).

What SonicSpeed123606 is looking for

At the moment, I am working on a Transformers/Power Rangers audio drama, and am still in need of people willing to audition for human and Transformer roles. If this is something that interests you, feel free to audition and I will get a part for you.

  • @sockx

    I thought that Joshua managed his project very well. He made his needs clear and delivered right on the schedule he first dictated. Very professional.