Position: Associate Artistic Director, Company Dancer, X2 Choreographer
IIn her early training, Megan danced in Dexter, MI under the instruction of Jodie Randolph. She currently works as a tap, modern, ballet, jazz, and contemporary instructor/choreographer at DanceXplosion, in Milan and P & P Dance Centre, in Belleville. Megan also sets works for X2, Ann Arbor Dance Classics, and many young artists in Michigan. Megan recently graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Michigan University earning her BS in Studio Management. Throughout her years at EMU, she received multiple University scholarships for both dance and academics, participated in the Dance Forum Club as an officer for three years, and performed in four faculty concerts as well as a ballet opera in 2013 directed by Sherry Jerome-Wilkinson. Throughout her college years, Megan performed and trained under many notable choreographers such as Jodie Randolph, Kathy King, Erik Abbott-Main, Wendi Dubois, Holly Hobbs, Ali Woerner, Thayer Jonutz, Jillian Hopper, and Travis Staton-Marrero. Megan was fortunate to be selected every year of her college career to attend the American College Dance Association eastern conference's. At ACDA, she performed works by Lisa Renee, Kathy King, Abigayle Cryderman, and Wendi Dubois. Her senior year, Megan's work "Alluremen(o)t" was selected to perform at the adjudicated concert at ACDA. Megan's work was also performed as a solo for a dance film in 2016 titled "Conclave" directed by Joanna McNamara. Along with training and performing at EMU, Megan has performed with Pure Existence since it's premiere in 2012. Additionally, Megan serves as the Associate Director of the company and began directing the pre-professional company, X2, in 2016. Megan travelled with Pure Existence to New York City in 2015 to perform her solo work "A Time" choreographed by Jodie Randolph at the BioMorphic Festival. Megan has also performed at several Detroit Dance Races, Oakland Dance Festival's, and other various showcases throughout the midwest. Megan loves to see the dance community in Michigan thrive and enjoys being part of it.