Friday, August 17, 2012
So You Think You Can Dance tour brings Dallas-born Cyrus Spencer to DFW
How Cyrus made it this far on the show, we're not sure. But we're glad we'll be able to see him dance in person.
GRAND PRAIRIE If you have been watching So You Think You can Dance and ever thought of how fantastic it would be to see some of these dancers live (and we have), you are in luck. There have been a few performances this season that at the moment of watching them, I felt like I should’ve been paying money to see them live -- especially Cole and Lindsay’s first week Paso Doble. They were that good.
Very soon, we will get to see this season’s dancers perform in Dallas.
The top 10 dancers of the show’s 9th season will be visiting Dallas as part of their tour across North America that starts in October. That means that the four dancers eliminated Wednesday, August 15 will not be part of the tour. (Spoiler alert: We list the top 10 dancers in the following paragraph.)
Dallas-born Cyrus Spencer -- whose animation, popping, and robotics has continually impressed the judges -- made it to the top 10 and therefore will be part of the 30-city tour. The rest of the top 10 -- Audrey, Chehon, Cole, Eliana, George, Lindsay, Tiffany, Will, and Witney -- will also be bringing their best dance moves for Dallas audiences to enjoy.
So what can you expect at the show? The tour will feature this season’s most popular routines as well as original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour.
The North Texas stop on the So You Think You Can Dance Tour 2012 is at Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie on October 30. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. August 24.
In case you missed it, see Spencer's audition for the SYTYCD judges below:
Cyrus “Glitch” Spencer’s So You Think You Can Dance audition
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