If you mistreat the situation -- if you make it awkward for the dancer, if you make it awkward for everybody else -- then it does become a problem.
I just made sure that I left it all out on the table and I didn't try to put any filter on myself because I felt it would come across on camera as me not being myself.
You and your three friends -- Nick, Teddy and Kyle -- are living together and working together.
Did you guys get along better in your house or at the studio? We live together, we work together -- it's kind of hard to escape everybody. The only time there's ever drama between us is when something happens where we're not all being involved, if someone feels left out or someone is getting too much attention.
Your relationship with Taja, a dancer you grew up with who's the female lead in the company, seems a little toxic at times. We have so much history and she'll always hold a dear place in my heart.
"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 2 runner-up Travis Wall has choreographed for the Oscars, is a two-time Emmy nominee and now he's the star of his own reality show on Oxygen, "All the Right Moves." Oh, and he's only 24.
Travis went from being a contestant to a choreographer on "SYTYCD" before starting his own dance company, Shaping Sound -- which is the subject of "All the Right Moves" -- with fellow "SYTYCD" alum (and Season 1 winner) Nick Lazzarini, as well as Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson.
[Laughs.]Will we be seeing your brother Danny Tidwell, who's also a "SYTYCD" alum, this season? He's been in Norway dancing with the Norwegian Ballet Company.
But, he's coming back from that and a cliffhanger for the series is that we possibly might go on tour and that might be a Season 2.
You also choreographed a dance for Kent and Neil [to "How It Ends"] that showed two men dancing together differently than people had seen same-sex dancing before.
Do you think that the show and the dance world should include more same-sex dancing in a romantic and emotional way? I think it could tell a story of a relationship, but it doesn't have to be romantic because, half the time on "So You Think You Can Dance," it's about the voting.
Dancing is so intimate, so do things like that often get in the way of the professional experience?