Sharon’s Dance Studio in the former Eastgate Mall in New York City has received a $1 million renovation to bring the venue back to its former glory.
The building, which had been in use since 1995, has undergone an extensive remodeling that included a new bar, a new stage and bar area, and a new video game bar.
The bar has a video game board, and the dance studio will be converted into a bar, with the former stage converted to a stage, and video games and food will be moved into the bar area.
The renovation includes a new set of bathrooms and dressing rooms, a kitchen, and lighting, the company told ABC News.
The new venue has a larger stage and will house a full orchestra and dance studio.
Sharon’s has been the home of the Shania Twain dance since 1988, and was once known as The Shania Twister.
The Shania Twins had a live band, but it was eventually sold to a dance studio in 2016.