🚨 Dance 101 to close temporarily
Posted by Paulina

Dear dance 101 family,

“Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist.
Everything we do after will seem inadequate.”

– Michael Leavitt

We feel compelled to do our part to help prevent the spread of the COVID 19 virus. There are no reported cases among us and we want to keep it that way. 

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(Alpharetta) Planting the seed
Posted by Ofelia

Dear Dancers, Artistic Athletes & Dreamers,

This past weekend 500 people witnessed what was, yet again, the most inspiring show in Atlanta. It's a simple formula. Pair 85 dancers, who dance solely because of the joy it brings them  -  with top professional choreographic talent, put them on a stage in front of an enthusiastic audience of friends and family, and voila! I try to prepare dancers for what awaits them when they first step into the theater because performing in our black box theater is like stepping into a wind tunnel. Dancers throw out energy and the audience responds in a reciprocal volley back and forth of emotional intensity.  This energy is confined within four walls, 2300 square feet, circling around like a whirlwind. It's like stepping into the eye of a tornado and everyone, I mean everyone present gets pulled in. It's an indescribable feeling and here's who experienced that this weekend... 

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(ATL) Pics or it didn't happen
Posted by Paulina

Inside the studio with Paulina,

As some of you already know (since you've seen me at the front desk this week) I survived the Gatlinburg Skybridge!! I definitely recommend crossing the Skybridge if you enjoy a challenge in balance (which is great for us dancers, right? ha). Nothing like rocking back and forth 140 feet in the air with 100 of your closest friends haha.

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