They're America's top dancers. But can these four best friends succeed as business partners? Emotions run high as Travis Wall, (Emmy-nominated choreographer, So You Think You Can Dance), Teddy Forance (featured on and choreographed for Dancing with the Stars), Nick Lazzarini (So You Think You Can Dance) and Kyle Robinson (Dancing with the Stars) join forces to start their own dance company.
With Teddy busy submitting a piece to "So You Think You Can Dance", Travis consumed by his choreography submission for Madonna's tour and Taja being offered to dance for a big time pop star, solo careers threaten the future of Shaping Sound.
The boys head to a dance convention to premiere Shaping Sound, but when Teddy has a scheduling conflict and Nick is faced with an injury, it's up to Travis and Kyle to perform on their own. Back in LA, Teddy tries to keep Taja from quitting the company.
The boys are forced to fundraise after they realize their budget for the premiere performance is wildly off base. A surprise visit from Dom, Travis' boyfriend, keeps Travis from losing his cool while under pressure.
With their theater secured, the boys shift into high gear in preparation for the big premiere show. However, friendships are stretched to their limits when Teddy is sidetracked by his pet project and Nick is stressed over choreographing his solo.
The boys question the future of Shaping Sound after the premiere show and seek outside projects to keep the buzz going. Travis seeks advice from movie director Adam Shankman and books a gig with singer Ingrid Michelson.
As a white lie threatens Taja's place in the company, Shaping Sound gains momentum after getting booked on Dancing with the Stars and a surprise business meeting in New York may give the boys the big break they've been waiting for.