Instead, Logan brought a wonderful fearlessness to the routine, proving himself a sturdy partner for Audrey (and, hopefully, Allison).I do wish that Logan’s passion had worked its way up to his face; as strong and dynamic as his movements were, his expression for most of the number was strangely blank. (Cha-Cha) — It took me a few seconds to move past my disappointment that Jenna didn’t pick Kevin “Konkrete” Davis Jr., even though bringing him to the Top 10 would have put a huge choreographing hurdle in her way every week.During the Fall of 2006, Wall toured the United States with the top 10 dancers from the So You Think You Can Dance competition.He returned to the show in 2008 during the Season 4 auditions to teach choreography.But the Sadler's Wells program, while primarily a showcase for Osipova, will give the duo a chance to flex their contemporary muscles.It'll include a duet by Russell Maliphant, as well as a "dramatic theater" prequel to the famous Tennessee Williams play , choreographed by Arthur Pita. Here's to you, Natalia and Sergei: May your offstage chemistry lead to all kinds of onstage magic.
by Joe Toreno Allison: The whole rest of the season, I would be like, “Heyyyy,” and brush up against him. t Witch: In my defense, it was a dance rehearsal where of the girls in the piece had to hold my arms and move with me.
In 2012, he starred in the Oxygen reality show All The Right Moves, where he, Teddy Forance, Nick Lazzarini and Kyle Robinson launched their own dance company called Shaping Sound.
In 2006, at the age of 18, Wall competed on the second season of the show So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD), making it to the final four contestants before placing second behind overall winner Benji Schwimmer.
But Dassy and Fik-Shun fell just a out of sync throughout the performance, particularly during the chair sequence, and I had expected more start-to-finish precision from the duo.
(Hip-Hop) — The light, fizzy tone and synchronized robotics in this routine reminded me quite a bit of Fik-Shun’s “I Can Make Ya” piece with Kida last season — and that’s a great thing.