Movement      Laboratory

 School of Performing Arts

In 1969, Founding Artistic Director Judy Williams Henry named her Boston Community classes the Movement Laboratory. In 1970, Movement Laboratory became a resident school at the Boston Center for the Arts. After 50 years, Movement Laboratory is a constantly growing and evolving as a space for dance/ performing arts. Our cultural exchange emphasis through dedicated instruction and performance quality attracts a diverse community of local and global students, setting the stage for future generations of Movement Laboratory “Goodwill thru Dance” Professional Artists.

Best studio in PA!   - Halley Kucirka 2019

The #1 Dance Studio in Lebanon County that I recommend to anyone that wants real technique and training.

Her students have been given amazing and serious opportunities. Judy Henry is truly an inspiration." - Joseph Romanoff

"It's a wonderful place to go and get your fitness in, or to partake of a dance lesson regardless of your age, gender, or level of fitness.

You learn as you grow stronger and more confident in yourself. I would recommend my friends and family to come here for their fitness and dance lessons. It's local and there's parking, a plus for me."

- Alethia Hines






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