meghan Doheney

Meghan is delighted to return to ITW after four years working as a secondary English and Drama teacher in Birmingham, UK.

Originally from Perth, Western Australia, Meghan gained a BA in English Literature and Theatre Studies and a HDip in Secondary Education at Murdoch University in Perth.

Whilst studying at Murdoch Meghan performed in various children’s theatre and Shakespeare productions. Meghan also studied dance under the ISTD syllabus and is fluent in the styles of modern jazz, hip-hop, ballet and tap.

In 2012, Meghan made the move to Ireland where she taught as a dance and drama teacher in ITW. Whilst at ITW she assisted in projects such as the Youth Theatre, Shakespeare School’s Competition, choreographed the senior musical theatre productions and enjoyed numerous trips to London and Belfast with students.

Outside of ITW, Meghan also taught drama to adults with special needs and acquired brain injuries as well as choreographing numerous dance, drama and musical performances for the Mullingar Arts Centre in Westmeath and The Teresian School in Dublin.

Meghan’s most recent performances include chorus roles in ‘Aida: The Musical’ and ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ with The Solihull Theatre Company in the UK as well as a lead role as Helen Walsingham in ‘Half A Sixpence,’ also with The Solihull Theatre Company. 

Meghan is now loving living permanently in Ireland where she is excited to be teaching English at a secondary school in Offaly and working with the talented students at ITW.

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