‘Dancing With The Stars’ Casting Shakeup: Who’s Out Of The National Tour

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There has been a major casting shakeup for the celebrity contestants of “DWTS: Live! A Night To Remember” less than one week before the cast takes their show on the road.

The tour’s official Instagram posted an update to the casting, stating that scheduled performing celebs John Schneider and Mary Lou Retton will no longer appear on the tour.

As of the writing of this article, Bobby Bones, Milo Manheim, Juan Pablo di Pace, Rashad Jennings, and Joe Amabile will tour with the cast of pros.

“DWTS: Live! A Night To Remember” will feature some of America’s favorite pros performing over two hours, complete with some famous routines and a few of the most iconic dances featured on the series.

The tour will feature fan-favorite pros and troupe members from the show, according to DWTSTour.com.

Heading to a city near you will be the following female dancers: Hayley Erbert, Jenna Johnson, Witney Carson, Emma Slater, and Britt Stewart.

The male dancers are as follows: Brandon Armstrong, Gleb Savchenko, Artem Chigvintsev, Sasha Farber, Alan Bersten, and Val Chmerkovskiy — who is engaged to tour performer Johnson.

“Dancing with the Stars: Live! A Night To Remember” features fan-favorite professional and troupe dancers in a brand-new production showcasing every type of dance style as seen on ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars, ranging from ballroom and jazz to modern and hip-hop.

The tour dates and venues will be as follows.

December 15, 2018: Columbia, South Carolina, at the Township Auditorium.

December 16, 2018: Augusta, Georgia, at the Bell Auditorium.

December 18, 2018: Birmingham, Alabama, at the BJCC Concert Hall.

December 19, 2018: Huntsville, Alabama, at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall.

December 20, 2018: Chattanooga, Tennessee, at the Soldiers And Sailors Memorial Auditorium.

December 21, 2018: Knoxville, Tennessee, at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium And Coliseum.

December 27, 2018: Charleston, West Virginia, at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium.

December 28, 2018: Raleigh, North Carolina, at the Memorial Auditorium At The Duke Energy For The Performing Arts.

December 29, 2018: Spartanburg, South Carolina, at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium.

December 30, 2018: N. Charleston, South Carolina, at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.

December 31, 2018: Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Ovens Auditorium.

January 2, 2019: Richmond, Virginia, at the Altria Theater.

January 3, 2019: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Heinz Hall.

January 4, 2019: Verona, New York, at the Turning Stone.

January 5, 2019: Windsor, Ontario, at the Colosseum At Caesars.

January 6, 2019: Kitchener, Ontario, at the Centre In The Square.

January 8, 2019: Rochester, New York, at the Auditorium Theatre.

January 9, 2019: Washington, D.C., at the Theater At MGM National Harbor.

January 10, 2019: Baltimore, Maryland, at the Lyric Theater.

January 11, 2019: Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the Borgata.

January 12, 2019: Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun Arena.

January 13, 2019: Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun Arena.

January 15, 2019: New York, New York, at the Radio City Music Hall.

January 17, 2019: Boston, Massachusetts, at the Wang Theater.

January 18, 2019: Boston, Massachusetts, at the Wang Theater.

January 19, 2019: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, at the Sands Bethlehem Events Center.

January 20, 2019: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, at the Sands Bethlehem Events Center.

January 22, 2019: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at the American Music Theater.

January 23, 2019: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at the American Music Theater.

January 24, 2019: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at the American Music Theater.

January 25, 2019: New Brunswick, New Jersey, at the State Theatre.

January 26, 2019: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Metropolitan Opera House.

January 27, 2019: Buffalo, New York, at Shea’s Performing Arts Center.

January 29, 2019: Akron, Ohio, at the Civic Theater.

January 30, 2019: Columbus, Ohio, at the Palace Theatre.

January 31, 2019: Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Taft Theater.

February 1, 2019: Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Murat Theater At Old National Centre.

February 2, 2019: Rosemont, Illinois, at the Rosemont Theatre.

February 4, 2019: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the Riverside Theatre.

February 5, 2019: Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the State Theatre.

February 7, 2019: Grand Prairie, Texas, at the Verizon Theater At Grand Prairie.

February 8, 2019: Sugar Land, Texas, at the Smart Financial Centre.

February 9, 2019: Memphis, Tennessee, at the Orpheum Theatre.

February 10, 2019: Nashville, Tennessee, at the Grand Ole Opry.

February 11, 2019: Atlanta, Georgia, at the Fox Theatre.

February 13, 2019: Hollywood, Florida, at the Seminole Hard Rock.

February 14, 2019: Clearwater, Florida, at the Ruth Eckerd Hall.

February 15, 2019: Sarasota, Florida, at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.

February 16, 2019: Orlando, Florida, at the Bob Carr Theater.

February 17, 2019: Jacksonville, Florida, at the Moran Theatre.

Dancing with the Stars airs on ABC.