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"So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation" Hosting Auditions in New York City for People Ages 8-13

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Dancers Credits: Renie Harris_312 via Flickr
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Break Dancers Credits: Jeffrey Zeldman via Flickr
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Dancer Credits: Walter via Flickr
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NEW YORK, NY -- Calling all West Orange dancers ages 8-13. Those between the ages of 8-13, who have been itching to audition for the highly-anticipated return of FOX Broadcasting's “So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation” are invited to do so this March in NY, as the show will be traveling to New York City to audition dancers between ages 8-13. 

Editor’s Note: TAP into West Orange would like to speak with anyone planning to audition or be an audience member. Contact Jackie Schatell at jschatell@tapinto.net or call/text 201-618-7444.

Interested dancers can register to audition either online or in person. Registration must be submitted by March 1 in order to be eligible. The open call auditions are currently scheduled for March 18.

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If dancers make it through the open call and past call backs, those lucky few that are chosen will get to dance in front of celebrity judges: Paula Abdul, Nigel Lythgoe and Jason Derulo. 

For those who are not dancers, but wish to be audience members, there is another opportunity to attend the celebrity judges round when they tape the show in New York City on March 20. To register to attend the taping, go to OCATV.com, to request tickets to the show. 

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