Odyssey Dance Theatre announces auditions in Los Angeles and New York City for its 2024-2025 Season

In preparation for its 2024-2025 30th Anniversary Season, Odyssey is looking for strong Jazz/Ballet dancers who can also do Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Ballroom and Tap – male and female, ages 18-29. Available contracts include: a one-show contract for the fall production of the Halloween spectacular Thriller (runs August 19, 2024 to November 2, 2024), and/or the entire season (runs August 19, 2024 – April/May 2025 with a European Tour). Salary range $400-$800/wk depending on experience.

Auditions will be held:

Monday June 3rd – 12-7 p.m.
West Coast Dance Theatre
11486 Hart St.
North Hollywood, CA 91605
Studio X

Tuesday June 4th – 11-6 p.m.
Open Jar Studios
1601 BROADWAY 11th Floor
New York, NY 10019
(Broadway & 48th Street – Enter on 48th) Studio 11B

Dancers should be prepared to dance Ballet, Jazz/Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Ballroom and Tap combinations that will be taught to them at the audition. In Los Angeles – no tap shoes allowed – but bring hard soled shoes.

Founded and directed by Broadway, Ballet West, Film and TV veteran Derryl Yeager, Odyssey Dance Theatre is a professional Jazz/Ballet Company with performance opportunities, including three home seasons in Salt Lake City with over 30 performances, plus a European Tour in the Spring. Thayne, Matt, Natalie, Brandon, Gev, Tadd, Marcquet, Tanisha and Hailee from the popular “So You Think You Can Dance” television show are from this Company.

Winner of Best of State in Dance for 18 years; Best of State of all Arts and Entertainment 2007 and 2015; Best Choreographer 2009 Odyssey Founder and Artistic Director Derryl Yeager; Best Individual Dancer 2010: Eldon Johnson; 2012: Veronica Cabling; 2013: Dayna Marshall; 2021: Darby Standing-Jones; 2022: Laura Brick; 2024: Lily Farrar; and Best Youth Dance Group 2011 and 2012 Odyssey 2, Odyssey Dance Theatre performs to critical acclaim and standing ovations at home and on tour, nationally and internationally, and is proud to represent Utah on the world’s stage, most notably coinciding with the Beijing Summer Olympics.


*(lodging provided for Thriller performances in Logan, Park City and at Tuacahn locations only).