Lewis Arts complex

Ellie’s Dance Studio

Ellie’s Dance Studio functions as a classroom and rehearsal space, and occasionally as an informal performance space. It is equipped with a Harlequin WoodSpring basketweave sprung floor with hardwood performance surface and a Boston Upright Piano. The studio features a fixed sound plot for audio and video playback. Non-marring flat-soled shoes must be worn; no work boots or high-heeled shoes allowed.

A 360 degree look inside Ellie’s Studio

Where is Ellie’s Studio?

Map of the level 2 of the Lewis Center for the Arts

Level 2 map (click to enlarge)

Ellie’s Dance Studio is located on the second floor landing of the Arts Tower at the arts complex, in close proximity to the Drapkin and Godfrey Kerr Theater Studios. When entering the Arts Tower from the Plaza level, take the stairs up one level and Ellie’s Studio is located on the right. If taking the Arts Tower elevator from the plaza level, exit the elevator at level 2 and travel down the gently sloping ramp. Turn right off the ramp and Ellie’s Studio is straight ahead, with the door just past the staircase on the right. When coming from the Wallace Dance Building, exit the stairs or elevator at level 2, walk to your right through the lounge, make another right and travel down the long hallway past Drapkin Studio, Tilghman Studio, and Godfrey Kerr Studio. The door to Ellie’s Studio is straight ahead after the hallway ends.


The best way to access Ellie’s Studio is to enter the building from the Arts Plaza level entrance by the Roth Box Office and take the Arts Tower elevator up 1 floor to the second level. Exit the elevator to your left and travel down a gently sloping ramp to the open landing area, where the entry door is located just beyond the staircase.

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