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Date Posted: 15:09:36 07/10/21 Sat
Author: disappointed
Subject: If you weren't one of the many dancers who sustained injuries I suppose it would be fun. One dancer from our tiny school and several others friends in our small circle sustained injuries from the dangerous stages. DD said it was the worst stage she's ever danced on.
In reply to: My dancer had a blast! 's message, "People lost their minds this week. Wonder what dancers think vs moms about this week?" on 13:59:28 07/10/21 Sat

The stage was truly unacceptable. It appeared to be nothing more than an elevated event stage with some low-quality shower pan liner or cheap marley. My daugher said she missed trebles she's never missed before because her foot kept sticking in the grooves and HOLES on the stage.

I will let the late nights and even the mis-tabulations slide, but to not provide dancers with the one thing they rely on to be high-quality was infuriating. We don't care if food stalls close at 3 or the temperature is 110 outside or if we had to wear masks all day. But giving an Irish dancer a bad stage is like giving a gymnast a wobbly beam or a floor with missing springs. It should never happen.

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