A time to dance
After a great evening of salsa dancing, Renee Kopulos heard one dancer say, "Wouldn't it be great if everyone knew how to dance?"
It's a long way from "everyone," but dance instructors across the nation have reported a swell of interest over the past decade, which many trace back to the premiere of "Dancing With the Stars" on television. Since that show debuted, dance has remained firmly rooted in the mainstream consciousness through such media as "So You Think You Can Dance," "Glee," even the Oscar-winning "Black Swan."
"We continue to offer dance classes because they are popular," said Lisa March, director of continuing education at Kishwaukee College. The college offers community classes in ballroom dancing, line dancing and belly dancing. "People take them because they're fun and they're a form of exercise and movement."
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