Somewhere deep in the pandemic, we were advised that once we come out of this isolating, debilitating mess, we would be confronted with a post-new normal. That day appears to be here. For those of us in the dance world, it is going to mean different things for different people. Live performances will be taking
Since theaters are closed, or severely limiting audiences, an option to consider for performance is an outdoor venue. It is not an easy transition as many factors and conditions must be considered before your dancers can hit the stage. For those planning to perform in a parking lot or on level ground outside, it
We have all become painfully aware, courtesy of the pandemic, that we need to battle the Covid-19 virus and its’ variants on many fronts. In fact, fighting bacteria and viruses in closed and at close quarters has been an on-gong issue for just about forever. Basic cleaning and using household disinfectants can help, but you
April 28, 2020 For immediate release Stagestep Inc., America’s oldest dance floor company, announced today that by the end of April 2020 they will have provided more than one thousand dance floor mats, practice boards and flooring systems to at home dancers, choreographers, and teachers as internet learning has replaced studio classes during the pandemic.
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