Wishes dance studios in Fresno, California and Santa Rosa, California have closed.
Step Dance Studio will close in March of 2018 and will close its doors for good, the company confirmed in a statement to MTV News.
It’s not clear when the other two studios will close.
The closure of these studios comes after a period of growth that saw the number of performers increase from 25 to 150 per month.
The company, which is run by longtime partner and fellow LA native, Davey G, said in a press release that they have made “many hard decisions” in the past year to keep up with demand.
“The number of new dancers that join the company each month has been on the rise, and as a result, we have seen our business take off.
In the last year, we’ve built a strong, diverse, and dedicated team, and we look forward to making a big comeback in the future,” the statement read.
Wishes, a dance studio based in Los Angeles, had a roster of more than 500 dancers from a variety of backgrounds.
According to Wishes, the studio had been in business for eight years before it closed.
The company says it had more than $500,000 in annual revenue and was profitable.
Fresno Dance Studio was founded by the late Davey.
G has a long history with LA-based dance studios, starting with a series of shows in Pasadena in the 1980s that ran until 2002.
He later relocated to Los Angeles to work for a dance company called LA Dance Studio.
Davey died in 2013 at the age of 85, and the company was sold to the Wishes family in 2014.