Sure, we already know that L.A.'s Millennium Dance Complex is a magical place where the industry's best dancers and choreographers—especially women dancers and choreographers—make thrilling art. But isn't it fabulous that the tastemakers at Vogue are telling the rest of the world about it, in a story highlighting some of our fave female stars?
WHY YES. YES IT IS.
Vogue's gorg multimedia megafeature traces the history of the studio, from its beginnings as an incubator for then–litlle-known hip-hop dance artists like Laurieann Gibson to its current status as one of the most famous dance training centers in the universe. For the entirety of its 18-year run, Millennium has been owned and managed by women, which has helped foster a culture that celebrates female talent. And the story includes quotes from/video of some the incredible ladies making waves at Millennium today, including Gibson, Charlize Glass, Stevie Doré, and Delaney Glazer.
It's so good, guys. Read/watch/die for the whole thing here.