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Broadway Bound offers competitive level and pre-school classes. Classes for toddlers include pre-dance, jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, lyrical, tumbling, and baton. The centre also provides a highly awarded competition team that performs at many community and charities events. A snack shop, behind the scenes dancewear shop, closed circuit television from both classrooms, spacious waiting rooms, ample parking, and Professional Marley dance floor are other features.

Location: 7357 E. Dublin-Granville Road, New Albany Ohio 43054 Telephone 614-855-7736

Other Art nearby:
(Columbus) A Muse Gallery
(New Albany) Broadway Bound Dance Centre
(Columbus) Bryan H. Roberts Gallery
(Columbus) Columbus Museum of Art
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