House of Ninja
House of Ninja is a collective of movement artists most known for their stellar contribution to Vogue Dance. H.O.N was created in the 1980’s by William “Willi Ninja” Leake as a “safe-house” (hence the name house) for members of the LGBT community. Because of the popularity of voguing - House of Ninja left the underground dance scene and made some of its first appearances in mainstream media. From their feature in the award-winning documentary, Paris is Burning – to working with artists such as Madonna and Beyoncé and being featured on Americas Next Top Model – the members of House of Ninja have had a fruitful history in the entertainment and fashion industries. In the 90’s, House of Ninja began collaborating with major fashion designers including Malcolm McLaren to teach models about posture, movement, and posing through art of Vogue. (Most notably, supermodels Naomi Campbell and Iman)
Today their members continue to CREATE, innovate, explore, and share the art of Vogue with audiences from all over the world. Our credits include Malcolm McLaren, Madonna, Theirry Mugler, Beyonce, SZA, FKA TWIGS, CHANEL, Jean Paul Gautier, Moncler, Balmain, H&M, America’s Next Top Model, Radio City Music Hall, “The Get Down”, Step Up, Sephora, Vogue Magazine, Ariana Grande, NBC’s The Wiz, and many more.
Nadine Bommer Dance Company
Nadine Bommer Dance Company is the U.S. based company of Israeli choreographer Nadine Bommer. After much success with her internationally acclaimed company in Israel, Nadine relocated to NYC, and formed the NYC based company in 2015. In its first year of existence the company has been praised for performances in US festivals at The New Victory Theater and Jacob’s Pillow’s Inside/Out series, cultural festivals in Poland and Russia, and a world premiere at the Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv.