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Megan Prout was born in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. At the early age of three, Megan was introduced and fell in love with the art of dance. Megan is a proud alumni of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy and Los Angeles County High School of the Arts. Furthermore, she has trained in various programs including Gibney Summer Study, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Kansas City Ballet, Alonzo King Lines Ballet, and Broadway Artist Alliance.  Megan is currently in her fourth year on a full tuition scholarship at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music pursuing her BFA in Contemporary Dance.Throughout her years, Megan has studied with renowned teachers and choreographers such as Karen Mcdonald, Terry Beeman, Kurt Douglas, Ruka Hatua -Saar White, Brian McGinnis, Anthony Burrell, Ebony Haswell, Anindo Marshall, Wendy Lawson, Fiona Lummis, Yuka Fukuda, and Rasta Thomas. Also having the opportunity to work closely and perform works by Debbie Allen, Darrell Moultrie, Otis Sallid, Crystal Perkins, Marguerite Derricks, Eartha Robinson, Evan Williams, and James Viera. Furthermore, Megan has been fortunate enough to perform restaged repertoire by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, and Bill T. Jones. Megan’s accomplishments includes her casting placement in Radio City Music Hall’s 85th Christmas Spectacular, YouTube’s first Music Video Awards Show, Debbie Allen’s Brother of the Knight, Debbie Allen’s Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, World Aids Day at The Apollo, Netflix: Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square, 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, and KC Honors. Additionally, Megan has appeared in three popular television series, This Is Us, All American, and All American Homecoming. Her most recent accomplishment has been her casted in Sugar Hill: The Ellington/Strayhorn Nutcracker, directed by Emmy award winner Joshua Bergasse. 



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