Luke Kirby performed the role of Morgan in the Factory theater’s production of Geometry In Venice in Toronto, a performance which garnered him a nomination for Best Actor at the Dora Mavor Moore Awards. This was quickly followed by the role of Patroclus in theater for a New Audience’s production of Troilus and Cressida directed by Sir Peter Hall in New York City. He then booked a lead role in the recently released Halloween 8: Resurrection after which he returned to the world of theater, first in Judith Thompson’s premiere of Habitat at Canadian Stage followed by Daniel Brook’s premiere of The Good Life at the Tarragon theater. In the summer of 2002, Luke shot the lead role in Peter Wellington’s feature film, Luck, in Toronto immediately followed by the lead role in Mambo Italiano, shot in Montreal working alongside such stars as Sarah Polley and Paul Sorvino. Luke ended the summer with a part that was written for him in the feature film Shattered Glass produced by Cruise/Wagner.