I bet your all “dying”…to get to know our extended HAW family!!! 🙂
you are in for a treat…first up we have rest of the ladies that make up the female triad of HAW, these two along with our very own “Haunter” are a force to be wrecked with. They bring such a great energy to the show and are an unbelievably talent, they are top of the range scream queens!!! 😀

Raise your glasses for Miss Fiona Coughlan and Miss Elizabeth Ann Doyle!!!!!!!!! :D:D:D

Fiona Couglan :

Fiona’s recent roles include Mary in ‘Saved’ (ART-D) Brutus in ‘Julius Caesar’ (Tartarus) Hedda Gabler in ‘Hedda Gabler’ (ART-D) and Sarah in a stage adaptation of ‘Hocus Pocus’ (Take A Bow, Dungarvan). Fiona first took to the stage at the age of four, she attended speech and drama classes for 12 years and achieved a Gold Medal with the Victoria school of Music, London, she then attended Colaiste Stiofán Naofa, Cork where she attained her Fetac level 5 in Theatre Performance, after working abroad for a number of years she returned home and moved to Dublin where she enrolled in Liberties College and received a level 6 in Classical Acting, since then she has been attending the Academy of Repertory Theatre, Dublin. Fiona is both thrilled and petrified to be a part of Head Above Water’s first production and hopes you have a bloodcurdling good time!!

Elizabeth Ann Doyle:

Elizabeth recently has finished the Theatre Performance Course in Inchicore, where she came out top of her class with numerous roles under her belt. She then went on to to perform in the sold out run of “The Signalman’s Son” in the Mill Theatre and “Safe” with The Umbrella Theatre Company. She is a wonderful addition to HAW family and brings beautiful emotion in just one look. She can’t wait to take on the “The Joining” and show another side of her acting ability!!! 🙂



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