K E V I N J O Y C E B I O G R A P H Y
Over the past 15 years, Kevin Joyce has established himself as one of the most versatile and prolific creative artists in the Pacific Northwest.
His songs have been heard in theaters, festivals and performance venues throughout the Northwest, where he is well-known as a theater artist and composer for the stage.
His debut CD "Say It" was released by EnJoy Productions in 2006. He collaborated with producer Evan Brubaker and an all-star team of recording artists and studio musicians, including Francine Reed, Stu Hamm, Eyvind Kang, Hans Teuber, Mike Stone and John Morton.
Trained as a vocalist, Kevin toured Europe as a soloist with the renown University of Salamanca (Spain) Choirs. He was a Co-Founder and Artistic Director of UMO Ensemble, one of the region’s most acclaimed original theater company in the 1990’s. Kevin composed the music for the UMO’s award-winning work from 1992-98, logging over 1200 performance with the company.
From 2000-2006, Kevin was a principal performer and Director of Teatro Zinzanni, the circus/dinner theater phenomenon in San Francisco and Seattle. Kevin has directed and shared the stage with such luminaries as Joan Baez, Thelma Houston, Lillian Montevecchi, Maria Muldaur, Francine Reed and El Vez, along with many of world’s finest circus, vaudeville and variety performers.
He co-composed and starred in Nikki Appino’s 1930’s-era Musical Rain City Rollers with David Russell. His one-man musical show, A Pale and Lovely Place (Best Solo Show, 1996) won wide acclaim in the theater community, and was produced at various regional venues, including A Contemporary Theatre (ACT) in Seattle.
EnJoy Productions was founded in 2003 in collaboration with Martha Enson. EnJoy creates customized musical and theatrical events for organizations of all types and sizes.
Kevin is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, and ASCAP, and has appeared as an actor in local, regional and national TV and radio commercials.