Originally founded in 1972 as the South Bay Dance as a civic dance company. In 1983, the organization received national exposure when it became the New South Bay Dance and entered an innovative partnership with American Dancers. The two organizations maintained separate boards and staff, but shared artists and repertoire. This allowed both cities to afford a higher artistic product. However, over time, the concept resulted in an accumulated debt and in 1993, the partnership was officially terminated.
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