Clinton Lowe has been described by the New York Times as a "powerhouse...[his performances are] beautiful and heartbreaking." Other words associated with this philosophy major are passionate, intense, grounded and vulnerable. But, be careful, he has a large funny bone in his back pocket and has been known to break scene partners and entire sets into laughter. Hailing from The Bronx, this New York native loves to travel and has done so extensively, whether through national tours (e.g. Romeo & Juliet), activism (e.g. The Black Lives Matters Movement in Ferguson, MO), or for leisure (e.g. horseback riding in Ojai, CA).
Always looking for ways to better himself, as well as others, this actorvist/educator created Shakespeare, Chicken & Beer, a safe space for people of color to critically analyze, freely explore and then perform classical works. He also co-founded Artists 4 Change NYC, a multi-cultural grassroots coalition. A father of two, he currently participates in Radical Softness, a movement begun by men of African descent looking to embrace their inherent softness. As a writer, he recently wrote a pilot, about aging millennials attempting to deconstruct personal biases of race, class, toxic masculinity, etc. (a comedy - obviously). For more on Clinton, visit, www.clintonlowe.com.