From the Boston Globe, a couple of articles about local dance venues:
Strand repairs worth all the botherMore about the Strand
By Meghan Irons
You could say the Strand Theatre is an open and shut case. Closed for several months last year, it reopened in November, only to close again in July. The reason for the closings: repairs to the crumbling 89-year-old facility.
[Anthony] Williams said BalletRox is talking with the city about future performances, though, possibly in the springtime.
The Jose Mateo Ballet Theater is negotiating to hold shows there next year, a homecoming after an 18-year absence.
World shakersMore about Dance Complex
At Dance Complex open house, newcomers and veterans explore new moves
By Karen Campbell
Founded in 1991, the volunteer-run, artist-based Dance Complex has helped anchor Central Square as a regional hub of dance activity. Housed in the historic Odd Fellows Hall on Massachusetts Avenue, the nonprofit complex is open seven days a week, and its six studios host drop-in classes, workshops, rehearsals, and performances by more than 60 teachers and companies representing nearly two dozen countries.