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Dancing to do good!

COVID-19 Studio Precautions

Amira Dance Productions has resumed in-person classes at its studio location, 1702 W. Douglas.

  • Self-screen avoid coming to the studio if you are running a fever, exhibit COVID-19-like conditions or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID.
  • Our two primary dance studios have been marked with 6x3-foot rectangles that will become your personal dance space and help keep the 6-foot social distancing guidelines. With the squares, one can accommodate 14 dancers and the other can hold 10, so all classes can be accommodated.
  • No studio props (i.e. canes, veils) will be provided. Students will need to bring their own.
  • Bring your own water. The water fountain is turned off and the fridge will not be accessible to students.
  • Avoid touching surfaces as much as possible. While there are protocols and checklists for the staff regarding sanitizing the studio, reducing touch points will help. We know that you'll need to touch bathroom surfaces, for example, but don't touch the climate controls, curtains, light switches etc. and leave that to your teachers.
  • Feel free to wear masks, gloves and bring personal sanitizing items.
  • No street shoes will be allowed in the studios. An area will be provided in the lobby for you to leave your shoes. Wear dance shoes if you want extra protection.
  • Do air hugs, waves and high fives but avoid physical contact when possible.
  • Most benches, chairs and other common-type items will be removed to reduce touchpoints and congregating. The consignment store will remain closed.
  • After your class is over, vacate the building to maintain social distancing and gathering restrictions.

ADP gives back to the community by providing entertainment at senior communities and other charitable events. It also hosts two haflas (dance parties) annually, put on by its staff and students, to raise money for donations to area causes. See who've we've helped!