Curtain Call partners with SYTYCD
So You Think You Can Dance’s ninth-season Top 10 finalists are currently making their way across North America as part of the 2012 live tour. For this circuit, costume supplier Curtain Call is proudly serving as the tour’s exclusive Dancewear On-Screen Media Partner.
As partner, Curtain Call has the opportunity to support So You Think You Can Dance and its efforts to bring amazing dancers and cutting-edge choreography to nationwide audiences, while at the same time reaching out to ticketholders in 30 cities with an on-screen video showcasing the latest in Curtain Call’s line of dance costumes.
“Curtain Call has dramatically expanded its range of styles for competition dancers, teams and performance companies,” said John Misner, Curtain Call’s Executive Vice President. “We think the SYTYCD Tour audience will love what they see in our Costumes in Motion® video segment.”
The 30-city Season 9 tour kicked-off Oct. 23 in San Diego and will soon conclude on Dec. 5 in Hollywood, FL. The show features this season’s most popular routines as well as original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour.
Audiences nationwide have already experienced the sizzling, one-of-a-kind dance routines, from California to Texas to New York City. As the television show that recently received six Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and three Outstanding Choreography nominations, SYTYCD is a national phenomenon.
The tour line-up includes the season’s top 10 finalists: Audrey, Chehon, Cole, Cyrus, Eliana, George, Lindsay, Tiffany, Will and Witney.
The next touring locations include Columbia, S.C.; Atlanta, G.A.; Durham, N.C.; Tampa and Hollywood, F.L.
Curtain Call, a premier supplier of dance recital and competitive gymnastics apparel, has operated for 43 years. Dancers and gymnasts have appeared throughout the world wearing Perform Group garments, including in Olympic competitions, at Super Bowl half-time programs, on NCAA top gymnastic teams, in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and in major college football bowl shows.