Susan has worked as Choreographer and Dance Teacher with Power Drama School since our first big production in 2012. Susan is currently completing a full QQI Major Award in Early Education at Kylemore College. She is a qualified Special Needs Assistant.
Susan started dancing at the tender age of 3 with Rialto variety Group and has been dancing ever since. Susan trained at the Digges Lane Academy for young performers and graduated from there. She has performed with many musical societies over the years and her credits include 25 years involvement with Rialto variety Group, “42nd Street”, “barnum”, “Singing in the Rain” and “Crazy for you” with Guinness’s ‘Arthurs Team’, “Cabaret” with Emmet Road, Inchicore College, 7 brides for 7 brothers” with RTE, “The Wiz” with Navan Road, and many, more.
Susan was a member of several groups involved in Tops of the Town namely Greenhills variety Group, Xanadu variety Group to name but a few and reached the National Final with Dunnes Stores Musical and Drama Society which was televised live by RTE. She also performed in their 50th Anniversary Shows in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre and The Cork Opera House.
Susan has choreographed a number of shows and pantomimes over the years both in Ireland and abroad.
She worked with Theatre Train Ireland as their resident dance teacher for their Dublin school and choreographed their routines for the annual Theatre Train Convention in both Drury’s Lane, London and The Palace Theatre in Manchester, for which she received an acknowledgement for her work.
Susan has worked in both Cabaret and Television and in 2014 was a judge at open auditions for a well known theatre group.
In 2017 Susan was invited to stage a musical piece honouring Great Musical Legends on the Late, Late Show with the Conor McKeown band and invited guests.