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(Courtesy photo) Former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt were in Highland in March scouting for talent for the new TV show "A Chance to Dance."
New TV dance show coming to Utah, looking for talent
Auditions » Ovation’s “A Chance to Dance” will be Highland on Saturday, March 31.
First Published Mar 22 2012 08:17 am • Last Updated Mar 22 2012 08:17 am

Yet another new TV dance show will be joining the schedule, and auditions are coming to Utah.

"A Chance to Dance," a docu-series based on a British format, has been commissioned by Ovation, a cable/satellite channel devoted to arts programming. Nigel Lythgoe ("So You Think You Can Dance") is one of the producers.

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“A Chance to Dance”

What: Auditions for a new TV dance docu-series

When: Saturday, March 31, 9 a.m.

Where: Pointe Performing Arts Academy at 10981 N. 5600 West, Highland

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The show, which is scheduled to debut on Aug. 17, will follow two former London Royal Ballet Dancers, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt — the creators of the BalletBoyz Dance Company in England — as they search America for undiscovered dance talent to form a new company. There won’t be just one winner, there will be a group who make it through the auditions.

The Utah auditions are Saturday, March 31, at Pointe Performing Arts Academy at 10981 N. 5600 West, Highland. Check-in is at 9 a.m.

For more audition information, go to achancetodance.tv.




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