There is a spark between the two actors when they move that no words could illustrate the way their dance does.

— The Scotsman

think working class Fred and Ginger

— Dance Theatre Journal

The best show I have seen, “Trick Boxing,” a screwball play about crime and boxing that features rapid-fire dialogue and bursts of whimsy

— New York Times

ninety minutes of pure, radiant, theatrical joy

— The Column

Megan McClellan, as Bella, is gorgeous. Brian Sostek as every one of the other characters is awesomely good.

— The Scotsman

making magic out of just about nothing

— Vancouver Sun

a bouyant blend of dance, drama, humor and puppetry

— D Magazine

marvelous chemistry

— New York Times

the irresistible delights of the evening

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

The pleasure here is watching people who are just fantastically good at what they do

— London Times

The Fred and Ginger of the prize fight circuit, they're champions when they dance together.

— London Observer

Sossy Mechanics is a company that strives to communicate through our creations and performances in a way that is

so clear that people get what we’re saying;

so evocative that they become willing participants in imagining the worlds we create;

and so engaging that they want to see more, (and they want their friends to see it, too).

Sossy Mechanics is a theater and dance company that combines the “energetic and charismatic” forces of Brian Sostek and Megan McClellan two seasoned creators and performers who happened to meet one day in a dance company.  Their whimsical sensibilities, exacting standards and cinematic aesthetic have earned them an award-winning reputation for creating “clear, brilliant storytelling,” dances that “recall Fred and Ginger at their most playful,” and “magic out of just about nothing."

Transforming the stage together since 2000, the Mechanics have developed a devoted public following and garnered critical acclaim wherever they have performed, including Minneapolis, St. Paul, Edinburgh, Prague, London, Vancouver, Seattle, New York City and even Thunder Bay, Ontario.

If you're really curious, here's more information about the company members:  Brian Sostek and Megan McClellan, and while we're at it, our performance and award history.

making magic out of just about nothing

— Vancouver Sun

Megan McClellan, as Bella, is gorgeous. Brian Sostek as every one of the other characters is awesomely good.

— The Scotsman

a bouyant blend of dance, drama, humor and puppetry

— D Magazine

The Fred and Ginger of the prize fight circuit, they're champions when they dance together.

— London Observer

ninety minutes of pure, radiant, theatrical joy

— The Column

the irresistible delights of the evening

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

think working class Fred and Ginger

— Dance Theatre Journal

The pleasure here is watching people who are just fantastically good at what they do

— London Times

There is a spark between the two actors when they move that no words could illustrate the way their dance does.

— The Scotsman

The best show I have seen, “Trick Boxing,” a screwball play about crime and boxing that features rapid-fire dialogue and bursts of whimsy

— New York Times

marvelous chemistry

— New York Times