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“You watch the way people move and the way they stop, think and feel.
Humanity in general inspires me.” Tyce is also inspired by other artists.
Tyce Diorio is a star of the stage and screen with an amazing list of dance credits. I also trained in Los Angeles as well – both the leading dance capitals of the world. He’s brilliant.” Dancing with Janet Jackson was also memorable for Tyce.
As he prepared for his Australian visit, to choreograph for SYTYCD, Dance Informa’s Deborah Searle spoke with Tyce about his career, his inspirations and aspirations. I was very fortunate.” I was curious as to why he started dancing. “I danced on a world tour with Janet Jackson, on what I think was her best tour – . “Winning the Emmy Award was amazing too.” Currently Tyce is enjoying working with actress Katie Holmes.
I had a really versatile studio that I went to”, he revealed. Just the whole experience has been a much awaited thing for dancers and dance since the ‘90s. “Nigel Lythgoe and Fox TV have been incredible and so supportive. The whole world gets to experience it”, he answered.
So how did this broad training develop his dance passion? Then I met Janet Jackson and life really began.” More recently we have been enjoying his work on the US series of . So now it’s here and I’m just capitalising and riding that wave, because it’s here for a moment and then we’ll move into another faze at some point. They give us such freedom and I get to work with amazing peers/choreographers like Sonya Tayeh, Tabitha and Napolean, Wade Robson, Mia Michaels, and the ballroom experts. So what inspires him to create such amazing work wherever it’s presented?
“Dancers obviously inspire me; their individuality and their take on certain people’s choreography.
I replaced one of the greatest modern/contemporary dancers of our time – Desmond Richardson.“I think that I would like to probably have my own one man show that I direct, conceive and choreograph. Maybe it turns into a book, movie or a television show”. “My cousin acted on Broadway and in television and film and introduced me to my first dance teachers. “I work very closely with Katie Holmes – getting to direct, conceive, conceptualise and choreograph a piece for her – an old Hollywood piece called ‘Get Happy.’” Having performed on stage, television and film, I asked Tyce if he had a favourite performance medium.Then I studied ballroom first, then ballet, African, modern and tap. “I love television because people have to get invested quickly and it’s theatrical, yet it’s also commercial and it’s sexy.“I have an animated film coming out called ‘Dorothy of Oz’ and I worked on an episode of ”, he disclosed.
But if there was one more thing he could create, what would it be?