Collage Dance Collective, a Memphis-based ballet company and conservatory recently moved into a new state-of-the-art building, becoming the largest black dance company in the southern United States. After persevering through the unexpected challenges of the pandemic, the company moved into their brand new space in late 2020, which features five studios equipped with Harlequin sprung dance floor systems and ballet barres.
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iHeartDance NYC is a new initiative founded by dance activists Melissa Gerstein and Kimberly Giannelli to celebrate and support the dance artists of New York City through performance opportunities and financial relief. Recent performances were all held at the Rooftop at The Empire, where performers danced safely on Harlequin Floors.
Harlequin Floors is the official flooring provider of Kaatsbaan which has been a presenter of world-class dance for three decades. Their state-of-the-art dance studios, black box theater and brand-new Mountain Stage, which will make its debut at the Spring Festival, are all equipped with Harlequin Floors.
In this year of stalled projects and dreams deferred, the opening of Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences is a cheering reminder of what this industry is all about. Having opened in January, it is only now beginning to hit its stride with a broad range of offerings that includes programs of music…
Kennesaw State University (KSU) in Marietta, GA was motivated to renovate the Joe Mack Wilson Theatre for many reasons including safety concerns, functionality, growth, budget, and timing. But most of all, KSU decided two renovate because their department of dance, the largest collegiate dance program in Georgia, lacked a permanent space suitable for dance.