What do you do when your dance studio shuts down?
A lot of people are having trouble getting a dance party back on the air.
The Starz Dance Studio and Dance Life Studio both shut down due to an ongoing dispute over the terms of the contract between the studio and the owners of the venue, which is owned by the company’s parent company, DreamWorks Animation.
This past weekend, Starz announced that it had filed a lawsuit against DreamWorks and its owners over the issue.
Starz said it would sue DreamWorks to recover damages from DreamWorks, but the parties have yet to reach an agreement on damages.
The parties have not said when the lawsuit will be filed, but both studios have been shuttering their operations.
If the parties can’t reach a settlement, then both studios are likely to go into receivership.
In the meantime, dance studio owners are facing some tough decisions about whether to keep their business and whether to continue operating their studios.
According to the Starz statement, the owners have “been unable to come to an agreement” on how much to charge dancers, or how much the studios will pay to artists.
The studios’ owners were also upset about the amount of money Starz is paying to performers.
StarZ said it had been “trying to reach a deal” to provide the studios with the necessary equipment and equipment to keep the dance studios open.
The statement did not specify how much money StarZ had agreed to pay to performers, but it did say that the company would be “evaluating all options” for how much of their revenue it will be able to offer them in the future.
A Starz spokesperson told Fox News, “Starz Entertainment is committed to providing the highest level of artistic, social and professional performance to our audiences.”
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.