Connor Wang (he/him/his)
is an Asian-American sound designer and audio engineer for theatre and live events. As a collaborator, Connor cares deeply about promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. He previously served as the Assistant Diversity Advisor at The Theatre School at Depaul University, his alma mater.
Recent designs include HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO (Broadway & Syracuse Stage), EVITA (American Repertory Theatre & Shakespeare Theatre Company), SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS (Audible/Minettle Lane), THE HOT WING KING (Alliance Theatre), Kim's Convenience (Theatre Squared), and DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD LIVE (National Tour).
As an assistant designer, Connor has had the pleasure to work on HAMILTON (des. Nevin Steinberg), HADESTOWN (co-design by Nevin Steinberg & Jessica Paz; 2019 Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical), and THE CHER SHOW (des. Nevin Steinberg).
Connor has enjoyed mixing various projects, from new musicals to concerts. Favorite productions include DCappella (various, Disney World) FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME (Ars Nova & The Kennedy Center) and Alan Cumming's one-man show "LEGAL IMMIGRANT" (now available on Audible). In addition to his work as a designer, Connor is a live-mix engineer for DISNEY PRINCESS: THE CONCERT.
Connor is a proud member of USA-829 and the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association.