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DreamBIG Productions Announces Auditions for Soul Train Style TV Dance Show Studio 5.0


DreamBIG Productions Announces Auditions for Soul Train Style TV Dance Show Studio 5.0

ATLANTA (October 11, 2023) — DreamBig Productions is hosting auditions for a new reality television dance show entitled Studio 5.0 Saturday, October 14, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Plywood Place, 933 Lee Street SW #B1, Atlanta, GA 30310.

This electrifying project is the brainchild of Executive Producer Lynn ‘LA’ Adams King. The show focuses on providing a creative outlet for “seasoned dancers”.While initially featuring episodes centered around R&B and funk dancers, the show intends on diversifying to include other genres such as Latin, Swing, Polka, Country Line Dance, Chicago Steppers, and Hip Hop. Prospective Studio 5.0 dancers must audition in advance and be selected by our celebrity judges.

“In a world where so much is dividing us, dance and music are the great unifiers. We want to return to the days of partying and enjoying life and each other. We invite all ages to party with us and sweat until you funk it up!” said LA, Executive Producer at DreamBig Productions. Studio 5.0 is hosted by former TV talk show host, LA and local Atlanta legend DJ Jelly. Celebrity judges include Classics 102.9fm on-air radio personality and podcaster Donna Schiele, MajicAtl’s Reec Swiney, and Kim Hall, lead singer of Celebrity All Star Band. ConFunkShun lead vocalist and Grammy-award winning artist Felton Pilate is providing live entertainment during the pilot which will be shot immediately following auditions.

DreamBig Production invites the public to attend, cheer on the contestants, and join the party. For more information and to purchase audience tickets, please visit

About DreamBig Productions 
DreamBIG Productions (DBP), an Indie TV/Film Production Company, is based in metro Atlanta. The staff at DBP are passionate about creating compelling and captivating content for the small screen. The independent production company, takes pride in its creative approach, dedication to quality, and commitment to telling unique stories that resonate with audiences. The company subscribes to a philosophy that says it is not always big budgets and big names that make a show successful but rather the ability to tap into what is essential to viewers. For more information visit
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