4 Before-and-After Studio Transformations You HAVE to See

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The cancellations of end-of-year recitals and competitions have been disappointing to teachers, studio owners, students and parents alike.

But for high school seniors, who are likely missing their final opportunity to dance with their studio family—and dealing with the cancellations of other milestone events like graduations and proms—it's a particularly heartbreaking time.

As studios throughout the country deal with the uncertainty of gradual reopenings, many are finding safe, creative ways to give their seniors the recognition they deserve.

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Q: After attending a summer program at a prestigious ballet school, my daughter has been invited to stay for the year-round program. She is interested, of course, but I'm not so sure. How can I be objective about this?
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Dance Media Live

Since the dance world changed overnight due to COVID-19, we've been bringing you constant content on how our community is adapting to the pandemic—from following dancers who are #SocialDisDancing to asking the experts for tips on taking class at home.

Now, we're launching Dance Media Live!, a curated class series with everything from ballet to Pilates to cardio to jazz, featuring some of our favorite teachers.

So join us on Zoom, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2 pm ET, beginning May 7. Classes are $10 each.

Sign up here, and see the full class schedule below:

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I've introduced myself to many dance teachers over my years as a student—usually still sweaty and elated from class.

But I never thought I'd be introducing myself to thousands of teachers, all at once. I'm the new editor in chief of Dance Teacher magazine, and I'm delighted to meet you.

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Q: How do I stand out on social media if all the other dance studios seem to say the same things I do?
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I think it is important to address the elephant in the room.

In less than one week, the dance community was on board with teaching online, as if it was something they always did—as if it was normal.

But have we taken a moment to consider how it is affecting our students—and ourselves?

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