Fresh off this year's successful cross-country performance tour, the hit summer series So You Think You Can Dance begins another search for America's Favorite Dancer. In Season Four producers expand their auditions from four cities to six including -- Dallas; Charleston, SC; Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; Milwaukee; and Salt Lake City -- in search of dancers who best represent the rhythm of the nation. Auditions for the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dance are as follows:
Cities : Dates : Venues
Dallas, TX : Jan. 17, 2008 : TBD
Charleston, SC : Jan. 31, 2008 : TBD
Washington, D.C. : Feb. 21, 2008 : TBD
Los Angeles, CA : March 6, 2008 : TBD
Milwaukee, WI : March 20, 2008 : TBD
Salt Lake City, UT : April 3, 2008 : TBD
Audition venues will be announced shortly. Log on to www.fox.com/dance for the latest information.
Casting is open to persons between the ages of 18 and 30 at the time of the audition who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S., or possess a current legal visa allowing them to seek employment in the U.S. without restriction as to employer.
So You Think You Can Dance promises to keep America moving to a different beat as dancers skilled in everything from hip-hop to ballroom compete to be named America's favorite. Entering its fourth season this summer on FOX, the hot series from the creators of American Idol and the producers of "American Bandstand" is hosted by Cat Deeley. Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy will once again judge the competition and many renowned choreographers will return as guest judges. Talented dancers who spark the judges' interest during auditions will be invited to call-backs, where they will work with top choreographers. During the call-back week, the judges will choose the Top 20 dancers who will continue in the competition.
The Emmy-winning So You Think You Can Dance finished its third season as the No. 1 show in its time period among key demographics. The Season Three champion, Sabra Johnson, was voted America's Favorite Dancer and waltzed off with the cash prize of $250,000.