Reality show, So You Think You Can Dance, comes to Detroit

. November 1, 2015.

Fox’s hit reality show dance contest, So You Think You Can Dance, is ditching the cameras and bright lights of Hollywood and performing live for audiences of all ages. This past season’s winner, Gabby Diaz, and runner-up, Džajna "Jaja" Vanková, will  perform, along with other talented dancers. Elaborately choreographed and intricately staged, these dance numbers run the entire spectrum of performance dance, from ballet to hip-hop. Audiences will be on the edge of their seat with a collection of some of the best dancers in the world.

10am  Wednesday, November 25
$29.50-$85
Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit
313-471-3200 | olympiaentertainment.com

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