Vinyl and cloth top tape have been used for the temporary installation of marley floor for decades. It is fast, effective, inexpensive and it works….except for the sticky adhesive residue that remains after you pull up the tape to move the floor or re-tape the seams. Do nothing but re-tape the seams and you are
Studio rehearsals, privates, performances and competitions are just not enough. Some dancers need to go twenty-four-seven. Parents soon start hearing “I need to practice at home” and face the daunting question of what and how to provide their prodigy a safe place where they can work on their technique and repertory. There is no
There are many factors to consider when determining the right size for your dance studio. First, how many dancers will be in a class? Second, how much traveling combinations are involved and at what distance? Third, what type of dance is being taught? Generally speaking, tap required relatively little space compared to ballet.
There are a number of elements and attributes that make for an excellent tap floor. Let’s call them the three “S”: sound, safety and sturdiness. Sound is the very essence of tap. Sound can be evaluated by volume of sound and quality of sound. Acoustics in the room also play a role in both volume
Why are marley floors reversible? There was once a company called Marley. They were located in England and made a number of vinyl products like roofing and siding. None were flooring and their product line had nothing to do with dance or the theater. However, the daughter of one of the principals was a