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Connor Briggs

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Connor graduated from Sheridan College with an Honours Bachelors in Music Theatre Performance in 2020 (fantastic year for wine, not for graduating into a collaborative arts industry). Still he buckled down and found success in the coming years. 

His main pandemic project was reading through Shakespeare’s work and committing innumerable hours of practice and research towards laying an exceptional foundation of technique for this classical text. The work paid off when he Played the lead role of Benedicke in Much Ado About Nothing for the premier production of the Brampton’s own Shakespeare festival. He Even filled out an exciting ensemble stage-fighting with unique weapons in the Canadian Opera Company’s production of Macbeth directed by Sir David McVicar

In addition to this comedic theatre role, he took on Bill in Lobby Hero with Icarus Theatre. Following this production Connor started to work for the company as Director of Development, contributing to the success of 4 iterations of Icarus’ flagship series: the Dark Day Cabarets; as well as the Ontario premier of Fiji, an eccentric true-crime dark-comedy.

In the film world Connor has been involved in TV, Short films and commercial productions. In his early days he landed a role in the Series finale of FOX’s The Killing directed by Jonathan Demmeas well as various commercials. Recently He has been loving the Short film scene working in Lead roles with directors Edward Mines in Dark FallNicole Vacval in Tools of Refinement and Chris Haiko in Tools of Refinement. Coming very soon in 2024 is the premier of the film Porch Pirates by the directing team Dylan Best and Tarek Jad. Keep an eye out!

The musical Theatre blood runs strong in Connor’s veins. He plays the iconic Fred Jones in Scooby-Doo! And the Lost City of Gold! The Musical, an ongoing international tour from Warner Brothers and Monlove Enterprises.  This show has crossed America and even the Atlantic Ocean, making its Middle East debut in Abu Dhabi with many more locations on the horizon.

In his final year at Sheridan College Connor Played the lead role of Guido Contini in Nine directed by Jayme Armstrong and Choreographed by  daCosta’s own Alex Herzog!