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Connor Delves is an award-winning New York-based producer, actor and director who has worked in the US, UK &

Australia. With 9 nominations and 2 wins to his producing career, Connor was quoted as “one of the go-getter

producers of the next generation in New York”. Connor recently starred as Mercutio in the UK premiere of

"Starcrossed" at Wilton's Music Hall, London, for which he earned OFFIE and BroadwayWorld Nominations for Best

Actor and Best Newcomer. His producing credits include his role as Founding Co-Artistic Director &

Executive Producer of the Australian Theatre Festival NYC, Independent lead producer on "Who We Were" (4 time

winning and 7 time nominated film), "Precious Little Talent"; US Premiere (NY Innovative Theatre Award Winner), 1st

Irish Festival Award winning play "Building Pain" as well as being apart of collaborations with Roundabout Theatre

Company, Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Connor is considered an

industry leader as an executive level judge on the ATF New Play Award, which offers $14,000 in prizes to new plays

every year. Connor has originated roles across the world and most recently originated the new role of Mercutio in the

US productions of "Starcrossed"; before its London premiere. Critical praise for his performance includes:

“Connor Delves is truly fabulous...his speech at the top of act two, is a masterpiece” - WhatsOnStage (5 stars).

"Starcrossed really delivers in its lively, well-spoken performances. Delves’s Mercutio, is a flamboyantly cute, camp

jester living mainly for the moment’s pleasure" - The Times (4 stars). “Delves’ electric performance" - Theatre and

Other Things London (4.5 stars). "The distinctive talents of this impressive cast of three" - The Guardian. "Delves’

energetic and deliciously posturing Mercutio is a thrill to watch as he minces about the stage" - Gay London Life (5

stars). "This year's discovery of blazing talent is, hands down, Connor Delves" - Curtain UP. He can be seen in the

feature film "Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game" with Mike Faist, written and directed by the Bragg Brothers, and

leads "Who We Were", a film directed by Ryan Spahn in film festivals this season. Recent Off-Broadway credits

include "Daniel’s Husband", "Endangered: The Musical", "Holy Day" "Precious Little Talent". Connor is a graduate

of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY) and was a member of the 2017 NY Academy Company. He is

represented in the U.S by TalentINK Management and Metropolis Artist Agency, and TTA in the UK. IG:

@connordelves /

Connor is a Founding Co-Artistic Director & Executive Producer of The Australian Theatre Festival - NYC.

The festival is an annual celebration of Australian stories and artists in New York City.

It aims to: create opportunities for an exchange of culture through the presentation of diverse theatrical content, cultivate the development of Australian artists and their work on a global stage & connect Australians living in New York to foster a sense of community within a festival setting.

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Connor recently made his producing debut with the New York Premiere of Ella Hickson's Precious Little Talent.

He also played the role of Sam opposite co-producer Eliza Shea (Joey) and Greg Mullavey (George). 


The show was directed by George C. Heslin and ran for 12 performances at the West End Theatre, 263 W.86th St, NYC.

Please visit the links below for more info:


Review - Liz Daly Culture Digest

Honoring our commitment to bringing quality international work over to New York audiences, we will be producing an exclusive staged reading of Flood by Chris Isaacs. 

Flood was originally produced in Perth, Australia by the Black Swan State Theatre Company, as part of the Fringe World Festival. 


We are delighted to be working with Chris Isaacs and delivering a new version of the piece to New York audiences, with a fully Australian cast. 

February, 2018

We are delighted to have partnered with Origin Theatre, to co-produce Building Pain, as part of the First Irish 10th Anniversary Festival. 

An evening of short plays by Geraldine Hughes, Lisa Tierney Keogh, Brenda Meaney, Honor Molloy, and Sarah Street, this site-specific experience promises to be an unforgettable night of new writing.

January 25, 26 & 27 (7pm & 9pm)

Blooms Tavern, 208 E.58th St. (Bet 2 & 3 Aves)

Purchase tickets here

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