Dance Studio Design Blog
Apr
30
2018
Written by Michael J. Clark

EvolvingstudiosmPolicy Consistency

When growing your business, you may find the need to alter policies.  New circumstances, customer requests, and changing markets can present you with situations where policy change can be advantageous.  You don't want to lose that "family feel" but your growing client base demands it.

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Feb
28
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

EvolvingstudiosmPolicy Consistency

When growing your business, you may find the need to alter policies.  New circumstances, customer requests, and changing markets can present you with situations where policy change can be advantageous.  You don't want to lose that "family feel" but your growing client base demands it.

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Feb
25
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark and Lori Shecter

Summer1Summer Programs: Where to Start

Many studios have been asking us how to run their summer programs.  We’ve come up with some steps and ideas to get you started.  First, you need to decide if you want to run a SUMMER DANCE CAMP or SUMMER INTENSIVE.  We differentiate between these two in the following ways:

 

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Feb
20
2014
Written by Michael J. Clark

D'acting StrokeD'acting: Acting For Dancers

Most dance performances require a certain amount of "acting" or the ability to display emotion while dancing.  Before a dance is performed upon the stage it is important for the dancers to investigate their character under the direction of the choreographer and develop a strong sense of their purpose on stage.  Here are a few basic exercises that will help your dancers "d'act" effectively.  First here are two ice breakers that your dancers will surely enjoy.  After we will explore exercises that can take your dancers' performance to the next level.

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