On Saturday, June 17, Travis Wall's "Shaping Sound: After the Curtain" came to the Wang Theatre - Boch Center.
"So You Think You Can Dance" alumni, Travis Wall and co-creators Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance, and Kyle Robinson, used a mash-up of dance styles and musical genres that showcased the athletic skill of the dancers.
"The happiest moments of my life were when I was with that boy," Benji recalls." data-reactid="21"In a fascinating and frank new in-depth interview with Mormon Stories.org, Benji discusses his struggle to come to terms with his sexuality and his devout Latter-Day Saints faith.
He later talks about his relationship with an ex-girlfriend, and another relationship with the male "love of his life" that eventually didn't work out, but that changed him forever.
Since the audience was primarily comprised of people under the age of 21, the message resonated well.
Dance performances tend to leave a lot of interpretation up to the audience.
Mormon Stories.org, Benji discusses his struggle to come to terms with his sexuality and his devout Latter-Day Saints faith.
The interview begins with the formerly closeted dancer talking about his time with Evergreen, an organization set up to "help" Latter-Day Saints overcome their homosexual urges; he reveals that he even started his own Yahoo!
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There have been a lot of dance shows out there, like MTV's Dance Life -- featuring Lazzarini's SYTYCD rival Blake Mc Grath -- and several shows with choreographer Laurieann Gibson.