So You Think You Can Dance coming to Morristown


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MORRISTOWN — So You Think You Can Dance, the 15-time Emmy Award-winning show that sparked America's fascination with dance, returns to the road this fall with the installment of its blockbuster annual tour, So You Think You CAn Dance, 2018. Mayo Performing Arts Center hosts the show on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $49-$99.

All-Stars Lauren Froderman and Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer will be joining the annual fall tour. Lauren Froderman is the winner of the 7th season of So You Think You Can Dance. She has danced with the Radio City Rockette's, Big Time Rush, Blake McGrath, and others. Lauren is the first dance athlete for Gatorade and the female dance athlete for the G Series Fit line. Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer was runner-up on season 9. Since then, he has not stopped working in the industry, performing all-across the country, shooting commercials and feature films.

So You Think You Can Dance Live! 2018 also features the Top 10 contestants from Season 15 including Champion Hannahlei Cabanilla, Jensen Arnold, Genessy Castillo, Evan DeBenedetto, Jay Jay Dixonbey, Magdalena Fialek, Darius Hickman, Chelsea Hough, Cole Mills, and Slavik Pustovoytov. Meet the Top Ten: https://www.fox.com/watch/729ca76e17828663bc6b3c5952de5618/.

Fans can witness the hottest show-stopping routines from Season 15 as well as original pieces choreographed specifically for So You Think YOu Can Dance Live! 2018. Industrial Media's 19 Entertainment and dick clark productions will present audiences across the country with many surprises from the most respected show in the dance community and promises to be an unforgettable night of dance by some of the world's most talented performers up-close-and-personal, boldly transporting the small screen experience, enjoyed by millions, to the stage.

The show is directed by visionary director Raj Kapoor with dance routines overseen by Emmy® award winning star choreographer Mandy Moore.



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