Amid the uncertainty of doing business during the COVID-19 pandemic, two popular community dance hubs with very different trajectories—L.A.’s EDGE Performing Arts Center and Chicago’s Visceral Dance Center—share their plans for the future.
COVID-19 has made studio owners work together, connect more deeply with their studio families and transform their businesses. And that’s a good thing, says Rhee Gold.
One family is itching to return to in-person instruction. Another is understandably scared. Here’s how to make them both—and everyone in between—feel safe, included and engaged.
Three studios hold outdoor classes: One makes a profit, one breaks even and one loses money. Here’s how they’re doing it, and why they all say it’s worth it.
With a smart, flexible reopening plan, studio owners can keep clients safe and happy—and be responsive to ever-changing, unpredictable COVID-19 restrictions.