Isabelle Low

COUNTRY Singapore


Isabelle sees herself as a dreamer and inspires to bring joy and stories to people through theatre. Through her exposure to Speech and Drama in her younger years, Isabelle quickly realised how she loves listening, telling, creating and performing stories.

With the support of her family, teachers and prayer, she decided, since a fairly young age, to take the road less trodden and choose art studies rather than a strictly academic track.

Isabelle is a graduate from School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA), and has performed in a musical Monsieur Vincent, The Saint For All Seasons (2003) with the Church of Saint Vincent de Paul. In 2016, Isabelle was involved in Pretty Little Things, an installation performance directed by Ruyi Wong, Teaq and Osh, which was part of Kult Kafé’s Prototype Thursday programme.

Pursuing work in the Singapore theatre community, Isabelle is a curriculum planner with inwardBOUND, founded on the philosophy of transformation through drama, and has worked with Paper Monkey Theatre on various shows such as Hold My Hand and Web of DeceitShe also plans to seek further training if necessary.

Read her Q&A here 


Last updated: 27 April 2023