Megan Bascom & Dancers’ (MB&D) work is highly collaborative and relationship driven, involving memory, intimate interaction, and an overall commitment to expansive motion that expresses physical potential. Socially conscious, impactful and relatable, the company engages a diverse community of dancers, composers, visual artists, videographers, students and workshop guests to come together on one topic from many different perspectives. Megan Bascom & Dancers utilize the characteristics, memories, impressions, and nuances of each collaborating artist as a choreographic platform to inspire and create works that evolve directly from the human experience, provoke feeling, and ignite the imagination.

Megan Bascom & Dancers is a NYC based modern dance company that was founded in 2009. The company has been produced by Triskelion Arts, Gowanus Art + Production, Center for Performance Research, Dixon Place, and Dance New Amsterdam. The company’s work has also been presented in NYC at the Clemento Soto Vélez Centre, WAX Works, Amalgamate Artist Series, the FIGMENT Festival (Governor’s Island, NY), Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, Movement Research, The Hoover Dam Collective’s events, and as a guest with Treeline Dance Works and MADArt Creative in addition to many other small but wonderful performances. Previous engagements outside the city include: L’École Danse Cité (Rabat, Morocco), Inkub8 Arts (Miami, FL) Florida Dance Festival (Tampa, FL), Elm City Dance Festival (New Haven, CT), Provincetown Dance Festival (Provincetown, MA), Built on Stilts Festival (Oak Bluffs, MA) and at Bloomingdales for a project with Sweaty Betty Brand.

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Photo © Lydia Bittner-Baird
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