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Nick Lazzarini won the first season’s competition on “So You Think You Can Dance” in 2005. He was 21 at the time. But he had already been dancing for 17 years. For him, dance had always been a vital form of self-expression how long do bloch pointe shoes last. “If I didn’t have dance, I don’t know what I would have done,” Lazzarini, who hails from Mountain View, says. “At school, people were mean. If I didn’t have an outlet where I could go and just be myself, and not be afraid of being made fun of, I don’t know what would have happened..
“Lots of young kids these days are going through that how long do bloch pointe shoes last. It’s so important to find a place that’s safe to be yourself. I was able to find who I was, as a person, in the dance world.”. He’s returning to the Bay Area in Shaping Sound dance company’s latest production, “After The Curtain.” It features a dozen dancers and depicts a 1930s style cabaret, on stage and behind the scenes. It explores the relationships among the performers. Lazzarini portrays the cabaret’s emcee. Also starring are Emmy-winning choreographer Travis Wall and Teddy Forance. They co-founded Shaping Sound with Lazzarini. The cast also includes 2015 “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Gaby Diaz and Santa Cruz native Chantel Aguirre of “Dancing with the Stars” fame..
Shaping Sound, whose origin was documented in the TV series “All The Right Moves,” began in 2011 how long do bloch pointe shoes last. For a “So You Think You Can Dance” performance, Wall assembled Lazzarini, Forance and another soon-to-be partner in the troupe, Kyle Robinson. They had met as youngsters at a dance competition in New York and became friends. “Being a dancer, you don’t always love the work that you do or the choreography — or the choreographer that you’re working with,” Lazzarini says with a laugh. “So it was awesome to work in this situation. We sat down backstage afterward and were like, ‘Gosh, how do we make every job that we do as great as this? We need to start our own dance company.’ It snowballed from there.”..
Lazzarini grew up in Mountain View, later moving to Sunnyvale, where his parents, Robert and Holly Lazzarini, still reside. His sister, Cady Laird, lives in Portola Valley. Athleticism runs in the family. His mother was nationally ranked in junior tennis. His father was a state champion wrestler. His sister excelled at volleyball and softball how long do bloch pointe shoes last. “I didn’t enjoy sports that much,” Lazzarini says. “Dance called out to me. I was always doing cartwheels and running around on the field instead of actually playing.”..