So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 Audition Dates

The judges and choreographers from So You Think You Can Dance
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: Hosted by Cat Deeley (sixth from L) with resident judges Nigel Lythgoe (C) and Mary Murphy (third from L), as well as guest judges Tyce Diorio (L), Robin Antin (second from L) Lil' C (fifth from L), Toni Redpath (seventh from L) and Jason Gilkison (R) return in America's No. 1 summer series, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, premiering Thursday, May 26 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Patrick Ecclesine/FOX
Auditions for the 10th season of the competitive dance series So You Think You Can Dance will kick off on January 18, 2013 in Austin, Texas. Fox today confirmed it’s bringing the 28-time Emmy nominated series back for its 10th season along with announcing the list of audition cities.
Mike Darnell, President of Alternative Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company made the announcement of the renewal, stating: “I couldn’t be more proud of the amazing work that Nigel and the entire So You Think You Can Dance team has done over the past nine seasons. This show is truly one of the most compelling series on television and I can’t wait to bring it back for Season 10.”
The Details on Season #10:
In Season 10, producers will travel across the country in search of dancers who represent the best America has to offer. Those who shine during auditions will be given a ticket to Las Vegas for call-backs, where they work with top choreographers to learn and then be judged on multiple styles of dance. The best of the best will then move on to the live competition shows this summer.

So You Think You Can Dance Audition Info:

Austin, TX – Friday, Jan. 18
Detroit, MI – Monday, Feb. 11 at Saint Andrew’s Hall
Boston, MA – Thursday, Feb. 21 at Boston Opera House
Memphis, TN – Thursday, March 14 at Orpheum Theatre
Los Angeles, CA – Friday, March 22 at The Orpheum Theatre
Per Fox, registration will open at 8am. “Auditioners traveling to cities for the open calls should make arrangements to stay for at least two days following their initial audition in the event of a callback.”
In order to compete you must be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident of the U.S. or possess a current legal Employment Authorization Card enabling you to seek employment freely in the U.S. (i.e., without restrictions as to employer) by the date specified in the eligibility rules. Dancers have to be at least 18 and no older than 30 years of age on the first day they register for auditions.
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Source: Fox

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