SALT LAKE CITY -- If you think you can dance, you're invited to audition for the television show "So You Think You Can Dance."
Auditions for the show start at 8 a.m. Wednesday, in the Jeanne Wagner Theatre at 138 W. Broadway, Salt Lake City. Dancers need to be available for an extra three days, for callbacks.
"So You Think You Can Dance," starting its seventh season on Fox, is a reality show looking for "America's Favorite Dancer." Contestants show their best steps in everything from hip-hop and popping to salsa and the quickstep.
Utah has produced finalists in the past, including Centerville dancers Gev Manoukian and Mollee Gray. Former Roy resident Sabra Johnson took top honors in the 2007 competition.
Contestants are asked to bring their own music to the auditions, both as sheet music and on CD. Dancers should dress to impress, but not wear logos or other trademarked items.
Auditions are open to dancers between the ages 18 and 30; government-issued photo identification, proof of age and employability are required. Dance partners who aren't competing, who are younger than 18, need to have forms signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Detailed rules and forms are online at www.fox.com/dance.