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August 17, 2019

Megan Davis by William Frederking

Megan Davis started dancing in Austin, TX where she apprenticed with Tri-Tone, under the direction of Tasha Lawson, and Tapestry Dance Company, under the direction of Acia Gray. While in Austin Megan was able to teach at Tapestry and St. Stephens Episcopal School. She taught tap, modern, ballet, and jazz to dancers of all ages at each location. In 2013 she moved to Chicago to complete her bachelors of science at DePaul University and pursue her dance career. She was fortunate to apprentice with MADD Rhythms, directed by Bril Barrett, and in January of 2014 she was a promoted to a company member. She has been able to perform with MADD Rhythms at multiple locations around the city of Chicago, in Washington D.C., and once in Poznan, Poland in Jumaane Taylor’s show ‘Supreme Love.’ Most recently Megan has been performed with Stone Soup Rhythms, under the direction of Dani Borak, which is associated with the Chicago Human Rhythm Project and was an artist in resonance with Audible Odyssey in 2017. In 2016 she was completed her B.S. and in 2017 she completed her M.S. where she studied theoretical mathematics at DePaul University. Currently she is teaching classes at HSYDP, Lou Conte, and the American Rhythm Center, performing with MADD Rhythms and Stone Soup Rhythms, and working on her own choreographic voice.

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