Jeremy Lowrenčev

Anthea Doropoulos

Jeremy Lowrenčev has a professional training in the dramatic arts with a Bachelor degree, and internationally study at Los Angeles Performing Arts Conservatory. 

Jeremy grew up in a large creative household, with two brothers and his twin sister Bedelia. Although at an early age Jeremy was incredibly shy, moving interstate provided him a chance to start over and starred as the lead role in his kindergarten play(Jeremy considers this to be a pivotal role of his career). Since then, Jeremy has used the arts as a way to escape and explore things that would seem impossible to in any other area of life. Since discovering his love for intersecting Auslan into theatre in 2018, Jeremy dove into creating stories through choreographed Auslan and movement, and strives to create a safe space to explore translating movement into differently abled bodies in areas and spaces that have traditionally excluded these groups. Through pursuing his passion of the arts and working alongside his womb companion (Bedelia), Jeremy found and gained pride of his deafness. This freedom of expression in the arts is the corner stone to Jeremy’s advocacy for more representation and access in the arts for the Disabled and Deaf community.

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