Completing an “arts town square”
Union’s active dance program takes a great leap forward with the construction of the Henle Dance Pavilion, a home for classes, rehearsals, workshops, performances and other events.
The $3 million, 7,000-square-foot facility, will be built adjacent to Yulman Theater overlooking Jackson’s Garden.
The lead gift for the dance pavilion comes from longtime College benefactor David L. Henle ’75 and his wife, Joan. Henle, the head of DLH Capital, a family investment firm, has been a Union Trustee since 2004.