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

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

— The Scotsman

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

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

— London Times

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

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

— nytheatre.com

uplifting and extremely entertaining

— Get Rhythm (Prague)

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

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

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

— Theater Jones (Dallas)

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.

When time permits, we also work as writers, directors, choreographers and performers for other artists and companies.  

When time permits, we'll update this page to tell you a little more about those projects.

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

— nytheatre.com

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

— 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

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

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

uplifting and extremely entertaining

— Get Rhythm (Prague)

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

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

    

— Lavendar Magazine