Josh Rouah was most recently seen on stage as Fiyero in Broadway's WICKED. A South Florida native, he began his singing career at age 11, performing a one-man-show consisting of American songbook standards and traditional Broadway repertoire. By age 14 he was headlining major concert venues and selling out theatres with his self titled show, commanding a 5 piece band in front of crowds of thousands. He performed the national anthem for the Miami Heat, the Florida Marlins, and the Miami Dolphins. He sustained this career throughout high school, until he left Florida to attend the University of Michigan, where he graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre. His post collegiate career began with a production of ALTAR BOYZ and a feature in the MTV movie "The American Mall". He made his Broadway debut in GREASE understudying the roles of Vince Fontaine, Teen Angel, and Danny Zuko. He then traveled to Utah to play Chris in MISS SAIGON. Upon returning home he booked the 1st National Tour of Lincoln Center Theatre's production of SOUTH PACIFIC, covering the role of Cable. While on tour he booked WICKED, which brought him home to New York allowing him to perform nightly while appearing in workshops of new musicals, most recently "The Degas Project" directed by Susan Stroman with music and lyrics by Flaherty and Ahrens. In addition to his musical theatre career, Josh also performs regularly with a Frankie Valli tribute group, voicing the iconic sound of Frankie Valli. He can also be seen around the city performing classic rock songs with his cover band, The Dropfoot Junction- where he plays guitar and sings the songs of Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Cream, Queen, and more. He is honored to be on the faculty of Broadway U and looks forward to helping others realize their dreams of becoming first class singers.