Megan Stockman is native to Kansas City. She has studied dance in Kansas City, New York, Chicago, Los Angles and Dallas. She trained ballet with Kansas Regional ballet, an RDA honor company under Kathy and Dennis Landsman. She has worked with choreographers such as Sonya Tayeh, Tokyo Kevin Inouye, Keelan Whitmore, Judi Rice, Robert Battle, and Gary Abbott. She is currently working with Quixotic Fusion as a dancer, choreographer, and aerialist. Megan Stockman has performed in a variety of Kansas City venues including Yardley Hall, Midland Theater, Madrid Theater, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and has traveled to cities such as Boulder, Providence, St.Louis, and Anehiem. Her most recent choreographic works include ‘what is this’ the opening group number to Quixotic Fusion’s Paix Revuse which was a high energy dance inspired by unique pop music flare and high fashion ; Undercurrent, a collaboration with Brittany Duskin (also a Qu ixotic member) involving the integration between dance and performance technology. Megan Stockman has developed a unique and effective dance style evolving her experience from ballet, modern and hip hop. Her esthetic goes beyond technique to share a deeper understanding of dance and music. She brings her dance background and strength into the air doing aerial silks, trapeze, lyra, wall dancing, and aerial triangle. She continues to develop all new works on custom built aerial apparatuses.