A Quick Tour of Let's Dance L.A.

Some of you were only at Let’s Dance for a very short time, a few of you from the month we opened in 1988 to when Terryl and I moved to Texas in 2017.

Some of you found the love of your life, some of you “thought” you did. A few of you ‘ahem‘, fell in love quite often. Others discovered a talent they didn’t know they had, and some tell me LDLA changed their life. 

 Unlike our Facebook page which allows for one to one messaging, our goal here is to help some of you reconnect with lost friends and create a repository of pictures and memories that you can add to. How can you help? Send us any pictures that you might have with others from Let’s Dance, and send us a little testimonial of how your experience was. Finally send us a 20 second video clip with your name, what years you were there, where you are now. and whether you are still dancing. Click on any picture to view full size and Click X to close. If you are at work, turn down your volume as some videos will auto load with music. 

Fortunately, Nini saved many of our calendars, flyers, and rosters. So I will try to gather this into a yearbook quality arrangement. Let’s Dance had Swing, Salsa, Ballroom, Latin, Lindy, Hip Hop, Rueda, Pilates, and Argentine Tango departments. In addition we had lots of kids that grew up in front of our eyes.  

Over the years we brought dance masters and legends to share their wonderful knowledge with you. Sometimes we didn’t know who they were until much later. Performers from Norway to South Africa, Japan to London. Olympic competitors, and Hollywood celebrities. Big Bands, Salsa Bands, magicians and Hall of Fame athletes. 

This is as much a thank you to you all as much as it is a celebration of a time we will not see again. Whether you were at 216 East Main, the Granada, or the war Memorial this is for all. Share it with your friends and remember that though we were about dancing, we were more about family. But no matter what we laughed and smiled. – Enio

Pictures From Every Year- More Coming Soon

Oh Yeah! We Have Videos.

It was more than demonstrations of dancing, It was always about fun. Turn the volume down if you’re at work cause this was one of the most fun ever! Check out the videos on each page if you want to see more of your fellow students and Performance page if you want to see the pro shows. 

Do You Still Remember?

This was shot about about 13 years apart. Look how many people are in both. And as always Emily is in the middle! 

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Enio & Terryl

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