We love helping our guests plan their special event; from the start of the planning process through the duration of the event, we're happy to help! We offer a versatile space for groups from Being located in the heart of Alexandria and right off Broadway Street makes us easy to find! We are conveniently located next to the Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton: one of the newest hotels in Alexandria with 80 guest suites, complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi and so much more! Turning your event into a group outing or a team building activity has never been so easy! Need a venue for the holidays? Holiday Menu. See why hundreds have chosen Broadway Ballroom as a venue for their special events, parties, and banquets. View or download our rental information by clicking the links below.
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In an effort to do our part in containing the virus, all private lessons and group classes are canceled until further notice. If you currently have lessons booked and paid deposits, we will be in contact to provide the option of keeping the credit to be used towards future lessons, or to be fully refunded back to you. Please note at this time Broadway Ballroom and Crystal Ballroom are also closed until further notice. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me by email at info davidmarasigan. David Marasigan specializes in providing ballroom lessons for beginners, wedding couples, social dancers, and competitors in a fun and friendly environment. Dancing provides an amazing outlet for expression and connection with others. Moving with another person in sync with music, feeling the lead and follow, is a conversation you can have without words while still conveying your emotion, attitude, and personality. Young or old, with two left feet or two right, learning to dance ballroom is rewarding, social and fun.
Based on Kass's teleplay for the Emmy Award -winning television drama Queen of the Stardust Ballroom , the plot focuses on lonely widow Bea Asher, who becomes romantically involved with Alfred Rossi, a mail carrier she meets at the local dance hall. Her dream of a happily-ever-after relationship is shattered when she discovers Alfred hasn't been as honest about his personal life as she thought. After eleven previews, the Broadway production, directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett , opened on December 14, at the Majestic Theatre , where it ran for performances. The sets were by Robin Wagner , and Theoni V. Aldredge designed the costumes. The production was Bennett's first project following A Chorus Line three years earlier.
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