Clodagh joined the professional company during Season 2003, playing the role of Mercedes in our New Plays Reading Series concert reading of Jay Boyer’s FOR SOME REASON COMMA SHE LAUGHED. Ms. Bowyer appeared again for our special July ’04 reading of Tom Ziegler’s GRACE AND GLORIE in the role of Gloria, and performed the role again in the mainstage production of GRACE AND GLORIE during Season 2005 for Tri-State Actors Theater. She was born in Ireland, but at a very young age moved to Las Vegas (of all places,) where she grew up. Most recently she was seen Off-Broadway in the title role of SUNSHINE SALLY, played Karl Marx’s daughter in LOVE AND REVOLUTION, and Flaurette in DUMAS AND SON. Ms. Bowyer was featured in the Irish Repertory Theatre’s PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD and the Irish Arts Center’s POOR BEAST IN THE RAIN. She performed in Richard Wright’s NATIVE SON and Eugene Ionesco’s RHINOCEROS for the Classical Theatre of Harlem, for which CTH was awarded an “OBIE”. Regionally, she performed in THE LOVER and THE THREEPENNY OPERA. She has toured Ireland in productions of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, THE STORM, TRANSLATIONS and other works. Ms. Bowyer has appeared in many commercials, and films, is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School for the Theater and trained at Circle in the Square and the Gaiety School of Acting. She currently studies with the Susan Slavin Actor’s and Singer’s Academy. Ms. Bowyer is a member of both Irish and American Actors Equity Associations.