A dance studio with a name that sounds like a name of an old-school arcade game.
It’s a place to check out dance in the heart of DC, the city that hosted the 2016 Olympic Games.
In the years before the Olympics, the DC area was awash with people looking for places to get their kicks.
And while the Olympics was all about competition, the real world of entertainment was filled with competition as well.
The DC area is still a haven for artists, but the dance studio scene has gone the opposite direction.
There are dance studios scattered across the city, but most are tucked away in residential neighborhoods or off-limits to the public.
And now, Allegro dance is taking that to the next level, bringing the dance scene to DC.
The space, which opened in February and has the name of a classic arcade game on the door, is the brainchild of longtime D.C. resident and dance producer, Ben Smith.
The studio’s opening is a big deal in the city.
Its location is only one block from the National Mall, making it a perfect location for a dance venue.
But the real estate behind the building also makes it a popular spot for hip hop, graffiti and graffiti art.
Smith has been working on this concept for more than a decade, and he says the space has a few other perks as well, including the opportunity to show live performances.
“You’re basically sitting at home in your apartment and you’re getting your shit done,” Smith says.
“The space has so much character.
It has a great vibe and vibe of a hip hop room.”
That vibe is exactly what Smith and his team are hoping to add to the mix.
For the first time, Allegros will be offering live performances, as well as DJ sets.
The sound system and soundboard are both designed specifically for live performances by DJs, and the space will feature a stage with a large screen, an area for sound, and a large dance floor.
“We’re very excited to open this space and put it to work with the community,” Smith explains.
“It’s a real opportunity for us to showcase our live DJ sets, to showcase the live performance space.”
A live DJ set, of course, is not what you would expect from a dance space, and Smith and company have to take care of the rest.
The two-story space has no windows, so there’s no way for patrons to see the dance floor or see the artists.
But this is a space that’s meant to entertain and be a place for live shows, Smith explains, and they are using the space to bring in a great audience.
And the best part?
“The audience is very diverse,” Smith points out.
“There’s people who are going to dance and people who aren’t.
There’s kids who are coming in and going home.
There is a lot of people who will dance for a week, and there is a ton of people coming in, going home and dancing.”
The crowd is not the only one who is drawn to the space.
The club’s interior also has a hip-hop vibe.
The main floor is home to a large DJ booth, a large stage, a DJ booth with speakers, and more.
Smith says the mix is meant to be a good mix of styles, from trap to EDM.
“In a lot in our industry, we have a very diverse audience,” he says.
And this is no exception.
“I would say there is more dance in our music now than ever before.
I think it’s a combination of our listeners who are looking for something different and are looking to go out and dance,” Smith continues.
The crowd also comes from all walks of life, and many are looking forward to seeing the music the venue puts out.
Smith believes that the space’s new venue will help create a good environment for young artists to be seen and heard.
“They’re looking for a place where they can be their own boss,” Smith adds.
“When you’re a DJ and you play the whole night, you’re going to be the boss.
You’re going the space and you’ve got your own space and your own stage and you can do whatever you want.
It allows you to be your own boss and the best DJ in the room, and you are going out and doing what you do.”
Smith says that the studio’s DJ booth is open for live showings from 5 p.m. to 9 p.g., with the occasional live performance at night.
“All the doors open and it’s all in the open,” Smith concludes.
Allegro is also adding live DJ performances for the first two weeks of May.
And they are also bringing in some new DJs to help bring more fans into the dance space.
Smith and the team hope to open the space up to the community this summer, which will be the first summer of the club’s life.
“This is a great