“I live for that moment you see someones light bulb go off in their heads. A real bond between me and my dancer – that is why I created MCO Contemporary”

Megan Walters

About

About Megan…

Since graduating with a first class honours degree from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Megan’s varying work schedule includes teaching on the Foundation Certificate and Wider Participation programme at LIPA, performing as a freelance artist, delivering workshops across the country and devising original work.

Early achievements include ISTD British Disco Champion 2004 and Peggy Spencer Award for the completion of all ISTD.

Megan’s professional credits include an 8 month contract on-board the Pacific Princess with Princess Cruises, BBC Worldwide, Move It and performances at The Lowry, Echo Arena, and Bolton Albert Hall. Megan has worked with artists and choreographers such as Rachel Kay (CreationBox London), Steven Harris (Musical Theatre Choreographer), Dean Lee (X Factor) and Nicolette Whitley (Fallen Angels Dance Theatre/Alleviate). Having also participated in workshops led by Arlene Phillips (Musical Theatre/Strictly Come Dancing), Luke Murphy (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures) and enrolled on a summer intensive course with Wayne McGregor’s Random Dance at the University of Malta, in Malta.
Megan’s professional credits include an 8 month contract on-board the Pacific Princess with Princess Cruises, BBC Worldwide, Move It and performances at The Lowry, Echo Arena, and Bolton Albert Hall. Megan has worked with artists and choreographers such as Rachel Kay (CreationBox London), Steven Harris (Musical Theatre Choreographer), Dean Lee (X Factor) and Nicolette Whitley (Fallen Angels Dance Theatre/Alleviate). Having also participated in workshops led by Arlene Phillips (Musical Theatre/Strictly Come Dancing), Luke Murphy (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures) and enrolled on a summer intensive course with Wayne McGregor’s Random Dance at the University of Malta, in Malta.

With a real passion for choreography Megan gained valuable experience by showcasing work at competitions and platforms during her degree and recently produced a short dance concept film in support of DementiaUK entitled ‘It’s Me’.

Megan has a strong connection to our industry and local working professionals and has the ability to relate and empathise with the next generation of dancers. Megan encourages them to strive for self-discovery, unlock their potential and help them find their unique approach to movement vocabulary and voice.

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