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All the Right Moves airs on Oxygen Friday August 31, 2012

Dancers Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Kyle Robinson and Teddy Forance speak onstage at ‘All The Right Moves ‘ panel of the NBCUniversal portion of the 2012 Summer  Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 25, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America)
Dancers Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Kyle Robinson and Teddy Forance speak onstage at ‘All The Right Moves ‘ panel of the NBCUniversal portion of the 2012 Summer  Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 25, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America)

Each episode has two performances, choreographed by Travis Wall.

By Valerie Milano

Beverly Hills, CA (The Hollywood Times) 8/28/2012 – “Jaimie, Taja, and I are all from my mom’s dance studio.” Explained Travis Wall. Riley came to the studio at age 7 and Wall began choreographing for her then, “And Jaimie was my dance partner and ex girlfriend and best friend.”  The series stars  Nick Lazzarini, Season 1 winner of “So You Think You Can Dance.” Travis Wall, (“So You Think You Can Dance”); Julliard grad and performer Kyle Robinson and Teddy Forance, performer and choreographer for “Dancing With the Stars”, and dancers Taja Riley and Jaimie Goodwin. Live Out Loud Oxygen, the network geared towards young women, has the goal of increasing their programming by 50% this year. On the heels of the successful “Glee Project”, Oxygen began the new series, “All the Right Moves” in July. The show follows four friends launching a new contemporary dance company in Los Angeles called “Shaping Sound”. 

The dancers grew up together, dancing at Wall’s mother’s dance studio since a young age and Forance’s mother had a dance studio as well. . Then the rest of the crew competed against each other and became friends. “We all kind of grew up doing competitions. The dance world is so small, especially, like, the competitive dance world when you are a kid,” said Lazzarini. The show involves dance, naturally and the drama keeps viewers coming back. Executive producer Randy Barbato explained, “You just kind of have to point the camera, and every episode there’s rich, beautiful art and performances as well as, you know, the genuine dynamics. You just they go, and they deliver.” Each episode has two performances, choreographed by Wall, with the goal of bringing Shaping Sound into a national spotlight. “We started this dance company, because we just wanted to dance with our best friends at all times,”  Wall told The Hollywood Times and other journalists at the Summer 2012 press tour, “and make a name for us and give dancers more jobs and opportunities and make Shaping Sound a brand name.”