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"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 2 runner-up Travis Wall has choreographed for the Oscars, is a two-time Emmy nominee and now he's the star of his own reality show on Oxygen, "All the Right Moves." Oh, and he's only 24.
Travis went from being a contestant to a choreographer on "Sytycd" before starting his own dance company, Shaping Sound -- which is the subject of "All the Right Moves" -- with fellow "Sytycd" alum (and Season 1 winner) Nick Lazzarini, as well as Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson. The four friends and roommates "work together, have their lives taped ... and start getting real" on the new series, which premiered on July 31.
"All the Right Moves" returns this week (Tues., Aug. 21, 10 p.m. Et on Oxygen) with its second episode, which will continue to follow Travis, Nick, Teddy, Kyle and the rest of the dancers in the fledgling Shaping Sound company (including »
- Jaimie Etkin
Oxygen has released new footage from the second episode of its new dance docu-series, ‘All The Right Moves.’ The all-new episode, titled ‘Travis Under The Gun,’ airs tomorrow night at 10/9c. In ‘Travis Under The Gun,’ Taja and Travis disagree over an upcoming performance. Travis also feels the pressure and becomes stressed out. ‘All The Right Moves’ follows ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ choreographer Travis Wall and his three friends and roommates, including Teddy Forance, a choreographer with Cirque du Soleil; Nic Lazzarini, the first season winner of ‘So You Think You Can Dance;’ and Kyle Robinson. The show chronicles the four as they launch a dance company, Shaping [ Read More ] »
- Karen Benardello
Oxygen's All the Right Moves features Nick Lazzarini, Travis Wall, Kyle Robinson and Teddy Forance. Lazzarini was the first season winner of So You Think You Can Dance and Travis Wall was the second-season runner-up on the show. Wall went on to choreograph routines for Sytycd dancers and he's appeared as a guest judge. Robinson and Forance have appeared on Dancing with the Stars. Their goal is to form a dance troupe and tour the world. Given the current popularity of dance shows on TV and films like the Step Up franchise, it's an idea whose time has
- Diane Gordon
photographed by Clinton Gaughran for AfterElton
Sitting down with just one of the dancers from the new Oxygen docu-series, All The Right Moves, is one thing but what do you get when you sit down with Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson at the same time? Well, it’s a fun mix of everything. Of course, each of these guys have their own unique blend of cuteness, sexiness and immense dancing prowess, but put them together and you also get an undeniable brotherly camaraderie. They work with their dance company Shaping Sound, laugh and fight together in their shared home and, yes, dance together in life and on the show. We recently grabbed them for a chat (and hot photo shoot!) to talk about their new series.
AfterElton: In doing the show, did it change your relationships at all? »
Through the routines he's created for So You Think You Can Dance, fans have learned a lot about Travis Wall over the years (his Fix You piece perfectly exemplifies this), but the Emmy-winning choreographer is about to put his life on display in an unprecedented way with the premiere of All The Right Moves.
In the new Oxygen docuseries, Travis chronicles the growing pains that come from starting his own studio. Additionally, the cameras go beyond the stage and into his home which Travis shares with Kyle Robinson, Nick Lazzarini and Teddy Forance his longtime best friends and partners in this new endeavor). TheInsider.com caught up with Travis to talk about the highs and lows of making Moves.
TheInsider.com: How do you describe All The Right Moves?
Travis Wall: It's best friends – we live together, we work together, we started this dance company, which is in the world of contemporary. We're trying »
Who can resist watching skilled dancers do their thing? Oxygen is hoping the answer to that is no one, as they will be launching a new docu-series dedicated to the art on Tues. July 31 (9 p.m., 8 p.m. central). Here's your first taste of "All the Right Moves," which chronicles Emmy-nominated choreographer (and "So You Think You Can Dance" alum) Travis Wall's efforts to start a dance studio called Shaping Sound with his friends Teddy Forance (a "Dancing with the Stars" dancer), Nick Lazzarino ("Sytycd" season 1) and Kyle Robinson (featured on "Dancing with the Stars"). I expect great dancing, tears and (given this clip) occasionally embarrassing full-body »
- Liane Bonin Starr
The new dance based docu-series ‘All The Right Moves’ is set to debut on Tuesday, July 31 at 9/8c on Oxygen, but viewers can watch the premiere episode online now. The show, which chronicles the journey of Emmy-Nominated Choreographer Travis Will and his three closest friends as they launch their dance company, Shaping Sound, is streaming on Oxygen’s website. The premiere episode features Wall, who was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography for ‘Dancing With The Stars-Routine: Without You’ yesterday, and his friends Teddy Forance, Nick Lazzarini and Kyle Robinson, as they audition dancers for their preview show. Forance was recently featured on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ as a [ Read More ] »
- Karen Benardello
All the Right Moves: Watch the Series Premiere Early Here
The summer of 2012 has seen an increased focus on dance-related television, to pretty positive results. Reality stalwart So You Think You Can Dance picked up several Emmy nominations this morning, including one for host Cat Deeley, while the likes of Bunheads and Breaking Pointe have debuted to good word-of-mouth and even better reviews from critics. As we head into the home stretch of the hottest time of the year, though, there looks to be more dance floor drama on the horizon on Oxygen's All the Right Moves.
Bringing together alumni from the world of reality dance competitions (Travis Wall and Nick Lazzarini from So You Think You Can Dance; Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson from Dancing With the Stars), All the Right Moves follows the creation of Shaping Sound, a dance company formed by the four men. But it won't be an easy task, »
- Shilo Adams
Not only was Travis nominated for an Outstanding Choreography Emmy in 2011, but he's become one of Sytycd's most in-demand choreographers, just lent his brain to the routines in Step Up: Revolution and is starring on a new Oxygen reality series, All The Right Moves.
Trailer - Step Up: Revolution
In the new docuseries, launching July 31, Travis is joined by Sytycd season one winner Nick Lazzarini, Dancing with the Stars choreographer Teddy Forance and Juilliard-trained Kyle Robinson in launching Shaping Sound -- a new dance company based out of Los Angeles. The series chronicles the blood, sweat and tears these lifelong friends and roommates are required to give up to make their dreams come true.
Related - Travis' Top 10 Sytycd Routines of All-Time!
Now, TheInsider »
Oxygen has announced a new non-scripted series, All the Right Moves, that will follow the lives of four dancers as they launch their own theatre company.
The show debuts on July 31st and Oxygen has ordered eight episodes.
Here's the press release with additional details:
Oxygen Media Makes "All The Right Moves" With Launch Of New Dance Based Docu-series On Tuesday, July 31 At 11Pm Et/Pt
New York - May 24, 2012 - Oxygen »
Two of the world’s most famous choreographers and directors, Rob Marshall and Bob Fosse, have garnered widespread attention for their contributions to dance and films. Travis Wall, an up-and-coming choreographer, is following in their footsteps, and showcasing his talents with several upcoming television and film projects. Wall is set to appear in the upcoming summer Oxygen docu-series ‘All The Right Moves,’ alongside his three friends and roommates, including Teddy Forance, a choreographer with Cirque du Soleil; Nic Lazzarini, the first season winner of the hit Fox reality competition ‘So You Think You Can Dance;’ and Kyle Robinson. The show chronicles the four as they launch a dance company, Shaping Sound. [ Read More ] »
- Karen Benardello
11 items from 2012
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