Audition Coaching


I have the pleasure of not only calling Josh a teacher, a mentor, but an incredible friend. He really helped me to relax in front of the camera, on stage etc. so that I could do my job and simply tell a story. I worked with him for an entire summer and his guidance, comedy and friendship were more than I could ask for. If you ever need a renaissance man Josh Lamon is the man you need to call.
— Damon Gillespie (NBC's Rise, Broadway's Newsies)

Josh is becoming one of NYC’s most sought out Audition coaches who’s goal it is to make you feel incredible and powerful in your work and as a person. Sessions are not set on a timer. His motto is we won’t stop until you feel 100% ready to go. 

Josh approaches his coaching as a mentor would. Not just caring about the material and the specific audition but also the performer and their future goals helping assist them make a war plan for how to conquer this city one step at a time. 

His clients have gone on to book Broadway, National Tours, College acceptances and have signed with agencies. 

Recent client bookings: Rise, Inside Amy Schumer, Mean Girls, Hello Dolly!, Hamilton, Amélie, Les Misérables (25th Anniversary Tour), Wicked (Broadway and Tour), Mary Poppins (Broadway and Tour), Waitress, Fiddler on the Roof, Bandstand, Finding Neverland (Broadway and Tour), Grease, A Christmas Carol (Tour)

Truly love working with Josh. His sweet, comedic self brings love and care into coaching which you don’t get a lot of the time and it creates a welcoming atmosphere. I always leave lessons knowing I improved as well as put my best foot forward for the audition. Always a productive, uplifting success working with Josh.
— Kevin Csolak (Broadway's MEAN GIRLS, Boardwalk Empire, The Mick)
I never like to go in for an important audition without running my material beforehand, and Josh is my number one go-to. With his incredible ability to get every last bit of juice out of your material, he has never steered me wrong. He’s a blessing for any actor who is looking for a leg up.
— Jordan Grubb (Mary Poppins, Groundhog Day)