Shall We Dance?
TWoP: So what is this movie about?
SS: Well The Jump Off is really a learning experience for the typical dancer that thinks "I'm a Jazz dancer and that's all I have to do" or "I'm a Hip-Hop dancer and that's all I need to do." We're trying to teach them that they need to evolve and they need to learn different styles, take a year or two out to learn different styles, so when they do come to California, they have the ability to do commercials, TV, movies, videos. All the different styles of dance, so they aren't just limited to hip-hop videos or hip-hop movies, so we are trying to spark that and make them realize to, you know, educate themselves about different styles of dance to make more money and be more relevant to the dance world.
TWoP: Okay, well, I'm sure if you're doing choreography, it's going to be awesome.
SS: Thanks very much, thank you very much.
TWoP: Speaking of which, where's You Got Served part two?
SS: You know what, I don't know, we were about to go into production...
TWoP: It was supposed to happen, right?
SS: Yes, totally. In this crazy business it's so crazy, because you get so hyped over stuff and so many business things are going and so much personal stuff and you know, it kind of messes up a lot of stuff, and certain people just can't get along long enough to get things done. I mean, hopefully...
TWoP: Not naming any names, but it's tough.
SS: Yeah, keeping it under wraps.
TWoP: So I have a couple So You Think You Can Dance questions.
TWoP: So, we saw your elevator piece which was awesome, but are we going to be able to see more from you this season?
SS: I hope so. They've got me on the schedule to do a couple of things, but it depends on how my schedule is, which would determine if I would be able to go. But hopefully I'll be able to do some stuff, because they want to and I want to. So it's in the air.
TWoP: Will we get to actually see you?