La Cañada Flintridge resident Julie Kay Stallcup, the co-owner of Revolution Dance Studio who has helped shape young talents such as superstar musicians Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas, Tinashe and actress Julia Butters, is simply trying to stay afloat during this time of the coronavirus.
Stallcup, in a recent interview inside the Montrose studio with her husband Darrell Stallcup and their business partner Melissa Gerard, said they are working to ultimately figure out a solution.
“It might not be the way it was going to be,” Stallcup said. “You can’t take dance away from us.”
The studio, which features tap, ballet, jazz, musical theater, hip-hop and other dancing styles, is tentatively scheduled to reopen on May 5.
“We are projecting that date because of information from local authorities,” Stallcup said.
Registration for summer classes, which start on July 6 and run through Aug. 15, is still ongoing through the company’s website at revolutiondancecenter.com.
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