a new dance studio creation.
the lab is more than just a dance studio. it is a safe environment, a friendship mecca, a creative dance breeding ground, a performance platform and a beautiful space for dancers of all ages and genres to create, transform and discover. our dance classes are filled with positive vibes and unthinkable brilliance. whether it's your first time on the dance floor or your one millionth, the lab creates a learning environment rich with encouragement and lush with opportunities. we provide an all-encompassing dance education for recreational through professional levels including an unmatched performance season experience for concert and competition dancers alike. if you are looking for an evolved dance experience, come check out the lab, we know you'll be pleased with our "chemistry". no pun. #verypunny.
WHAT WE OFFER: EVERYTHING YOU'D EVER WANT & MORE. ADULTS & YOUTH!
hip hop, jazz, ballet, contemporary, modern, tap, pointe, acro, heels, conditioning, classes for beginner adults, classes for youth of all ages, an awesome competition crew, a stellar adult entertainment company and MORE!
LOCATION: The Lab's permanent new location is at 1660 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Unit 3 in West Ashley in the Village Square Shopping Center. The lab is so central to everyone, just google it and picture yourself driving to the lab after work (or school) and getting DOWN, SWEATY & HAPPY in this EPIC new space! We have two state of the art studios to provide awesome opportunities for the Charleston dance community to grow and thrive together.
FACULTY: We've got some brilliant mad scientists and technicians to make your experience AMAZING! Ashley Padgett Perry, Erika Lundgren, Mark Cabrera, Stephanie Burg, Sara Cart, Caitlin McCormack, Jillian Lewis, Lauren Gudger, and of course, Jenny Broe. we also bring in some incredible guest faculty weekly! Chelsea Ray, Christopher Robbins, Starla Kurtz, Jade Singleton, Rosa Dimarco, Miguel Robinson, Jeanette Davis and Joseph Nguyen to name a few. wanna see someone in particular teach? hit us up.