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Connor kabat

Connor Kabat is an upbeat, authentic, and creative force who loves to make people laugh and share the joy of theatre with everyone around them. Connor hails from Binghamton, NY. Growing up, old Hollywood musicals were Connor’s Saturday morning cartoons, and early on there was a burning desire to get up and tell stories through song and dance. After years of dancing around the house in a pair of button up overalls undone like a dress (“dancing pants”, as coined by Connor’s parents), a fabulous stage debut was finally made at age eight as an Oompa Loompa in WILLY WONKA. Connor’s love of performing only intensified from there. Recent credits include Mark (A CHORUS LINE), Cameron Mitchell John (A KILLER PARTY), and Hugo (TUCK EVERLASTING). While at Shenandoah, Connor has proudly served as a class representative for MT’23, a member of the Loaf Improv Comedy Team, and a founding member on the board of the Musical Theatre Diversity Recruitment Team. Outside of performing, Connor loves to read, work out, watch Drag Race, tend to (far too many) plants, draw, and spend time with friends and loved ones. Connor is beyond grateful to be doing what they love everyday at Shenandoah, and cannot wait to see what opportunities the future holds. Connor leaves you with this quote he once saw sharpied onto a bathroom stall: “Live– don’t just exist– take up SPACE!”

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