Other dancers may be brave, but what makes McClellan memorable is the way she combines her derring-do with top-notch technique (in modern, tap, and swing dance, to list just a few of her skill sets), an impeccable sense of timing, whip-smart intelligence, a rebellious spirit, and laser-like focus.

— City Pages

move[s] in ways that make me hurt just thinking about it

— CBC

Megan McClellan is—I use the word charming too often, here I use it properly for the first time—charming and glamorous

— Terminal City Weekly

McClellan seems to have stepped right out of a 1940s Hollywood movie.

— Vancouver Courier

Megan McClellan's first professional dance job had her portraying a "water molecule" at a sewage treatment facility for a site-specific choreographer in Minneapolis.  At that very moment, her career began an unpredictable trajectory that continues to span the globe. So far seen on three continents, her performance range includes pounding out percussive dance with Joe Chvala and the Flying Foot Forum, performing the contemporary repertoires of Shapiro & Smith Dance and Black Label Movement, cheerleading for Miss Richfield 1981, and executing the tango in a Los Angeles night club for food.  Since joining forces with Brian Sostek in 2000 she has added writing, acting and choreography to her repertoire.  Together they have created work for several theater companies in Minneapolis and St. Paul and have toured their own shows at theaters and festivals across Canada, the U.S. and Europe.

In 2003 Megan was awarded a McKnight Artist Fellowship in Dance previously administered by the Southern Theater and funded by the McKnight Foundation.  In 2012 she was named an Artist of the Year by City Pages (Minneapolis).

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Megan McClellan is—I use the word charming too often, here I use it properly for the first time—charming and glamorous

— Terminal City Weekly

Other dancers may be brave, but what makes McClellan memorable is the way she combines her derring-do with top-notch technique (in modern, tap, and swing dance, to list just a few of her skill sets), an impeccable sense of timing, whip-smart intelligence, a rebellious spirit, and laser-like focus.

— City Pages

McClellan seems to have stepped right out of a 1940s Hollywood movie.

— Vancouver Courier

move[s] in ways that make me hurt just thinking about it

— CBC