Sostek does the talking, cramming in plot and characters in quick-fire succession, transforming his physique as fast as his speech patterns. McClellan's Bella is his sparring partner, equipped with gloves, dimples and fancy footwork

— London Observer

another miniature masterpiece of quicksilver timing, witty repartee, sassy dancing and physical comedy…

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

comedy, lots of characters produced out of just a change in voice and, er, lots of ballroom dancing, all rather beautifully executed

— London Times

Sossy Mechanics deliver a must-see performance in their elegantly simple production

— Theater Jones (Dallas)

It's a beautiful piece which really lifts your heart.  By the end, you will feel that the world is a perfect place.

— The Prague Post

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

The pair re-creates a ’30s sensibility with a bona fide, substantive message of hope that uplifts and astounds.

    

— Lavendar Magazine

uplifting and extremely entertaining

— Get Rhythm (Prague)

Crisp and clean, this show is a well-paced delight from beginning to end.  McCellan and Sostek's physical work is amazing.

— nytheatre.com

Trick Boxing is a uniquely lovely blending of genres and dramatic tones that make a wonderful, touching, spine-tinglingly captivating piece of storytelling, which doesn't merely warm the cockles of your heart, it flambés them.

— The Scotsman

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

— The Scotsman

Dancing Danny is caught between a rock and a hard place. Indebted to a street tough, who saved his life, Danny reluctantly becomes a boxer to pay him back.

The unlikely story of a dancing-pirate-queen screenplay brought to life by the reluctant writer and the studio bosses' can-do secretary.

We've worked with various companies as writers, directors, choreographers and performers.  Herein lies a sample of what we've done.

Some of the short pieces we've created on ourselves and on other companies, performers and classes.

uplifting and extremely entertaining

— Get Rhythm (Prague)

another miniature masterpiece of quicksilver timing, witty repartee, sassy dancing and physical comedy…

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

It's a beautiful piece which really lifts your heart.  By the end, you will feel that the world is a perfect place.

— The Prague Post

Crisp and clean, this show is a well-paced delight from beginning to end.  McCellan and Sostek's physical work is amazing.

— nytheatre.com

The pair re-creates a ’30s sensibility with a bona fide, substantive message of hope that uplifts and astounds.

    

— Lavendar Magazine

comedy, lots of characters produced out of just a change in voice and, er, lots of ballroom dancing, all rather beautifully executed

— London Times

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

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

— The Scotsman

Sossy Mechanics deliver a must-see performance in their elegantly simple production

— Theater Jones (Dallas)

Sostek does the talking, cramming in plot and characters in quick-fire succession, transforming his physique as fast as his speech patterns. McClellan's Bella is his sparring partner, equipped with gloves, dimples and fancy footwork

— London Observer

Trick Boxing is a uniquely lovely blending of genres and dramatic tones that make a wonderful, touching, spine-tinglingly captivating piece of storytelling, which doesn't merely warm the cockles of your heart, it flambés them.

— The Scotsman