Emmy Award Winner Travis Wall and Break the Floor Productions are pleased to announce their return to Los Angeles with an all-new, groundbreaking show by America’s hottest dance company,

Travis Wall’s SHAPING SOUND entitled AFTER THE CURTAIN. The production will play two nights at UCLA’s Royce Hall, June 26 & 27, 2017 at 7:30pm.

Tickets for SHAPING SOUND are now on sale and are available for purchase at www.Ticketmaster.com, by phone at (310) 825-2101, and at the Royce Hall Box Office located on the campus of UCLA (340 Royce Drive). The box office opens one hour prior to show time.

The Los Angeles dates for SHAPING SOUND AFTER THE CURTAIN are part of a larger national tour, which commenced in March of this year and resumes touring on June 6th in San Antonio. . The summer leg of the tour features thirteen additional cities, including Los Angeles. SHAPING SOUND last played Los Angeles in October 2014 at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Hollywood and in October 2015 at The Broad in Santa Monica.

SHAPING SOUND was established in Los Angeles in 2012 with a focus on contemporary dance and choreographic artistry.  Created by the 2015 Emmy Award winner (and six-time Emmy Award nominee) for Outstanding Choreography Travis Wall, along with partners Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson, the company is an evocative collaboration by diverse artists who describe themselves as ‘visual musicians i.e. their dance gives shape and form to sound.  SHAPING SOUND has impacted audiences with a unique fusion of jazz, modern and hip-hop choreography.  The four young dancers broke into public awareness with the debut of their reality television series All The Right Moves on the Oxygen channel which followed them in their quest to launch the dance company.  Since that time they have been showcased on all of America’s popular prime time dance, awards, entertainment and music shows, including:  So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing with the Stars, Glee and The 2013 Prime Time Emmy Awards.  They were featured in Carrie Underwood’s Grammy Award-winning music video Something In The Water, and they are frequent guests on The Ellen Show

After The Curtain is the second show for the eclectic dance company, following on the heels of the spell-binding Dance Reimagined which toured North America for four years.  Conceived and choreographed by TRAVIS WALL, After The Curtain tells the story of a man fighting to find his creative voice after the death of his one true love. Heart-wrenching, breath-taking and ultimately uplifting, this is one dance show that audiences will remember forever. Travis Wall will be dancing in the show throughout the tour schedule, and he will be joined by his SHAPING SOUND co-founders Teddy Forance and Nick Lazzarini.

Travis, Teddy and Nick will be joined on stage by Gaby Diaz, the 2015 Winner and overall fan favorite from

‘So You Think You Can Dance’.  Gaby returns to SHAPING SOUND having danced in the most recent tour of the previous show Dance Reimagined. 

New to the After The Curtain tour is Denver native Mason Cutler, a much sought-after dancer, having worked with music artists Taylor Swift, Chris Brown and Demi Lovato; Dallas’ Austin Goodwin, who studied at the Juilliard School and performed on Broadway in Bartlett Sher’s production of Fiddler On The Roof and in Punchdrunk’s New York production of Sleep No More; and Lex Ishimoto from Irvine, CA who studied at West Coast School of the Arts and starred in the first and second national tours of Billy Elliot.

They join SHAPING SOUND alumni and favorites Chantel Aguirre, Rory Freeman, Kate Harpootlian, proud Canadian Lindsay Leuschner and Chelsea Thedinga..

Travis Wall, Artistic Director is the winner of the 2015 Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography. He was the runner-up for the Fox reality show So You Think You Can Dance Season 2, and is currently a resident choreographer for the national dance competition show. He is a five-time Emmy nominated choreographer for his work on So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing with the Stars.  He choreographed the music video for Carrie Underwood's "Something In The Water", which won the CMT Video of the Year, as well as stage shows for Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato. Additional TV credits include choreographing the 82nd Academy Awards, Disneyland's 60th Anniversary Special on ABC, the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards and an episode of Pretty Little Liars featuring Maddie Ziegler. Feature Film credits include choreography for The Wedding Ringer starring Kevin Hart and the contemporary numbers for the feature film Step Up Revolution. He had the privilege of working with First Lady, Michelle Obama on her Let's Move Campaign where he created the GimmeFive routine that was performed on Ellen and at The White House. Travis teaches with NUVO Dance Convention. @TravisWall.

SHAPING SOUND is recommended for all ages. Individual tickets for SHAPING SOUND start at $48.  Prices are subject to change without notice.

For more information, visit www.ShapingSoundCo.com/Tour.