Warren Adams is the Founder and CEO of Home4Dance, The Premier Network for Dance: www.home4dance.com
Born and raised in South Africa, Warren has 15 years of professional experience as a director, choreographer, producer and performer in Dance, Opera, Theatre, TV and Film, including dancing with Phoenix from 1996-1998.
He recently choreographed Magdalena the Opera at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris; Toy Story the Musical for Disney; and Nora Ephron’s last film Julie and Julia starring Meryl Streep. Upcoming work includes the Pulitzer Prize winning play Ruined in South Africa.
Other theatre includes: Life is a Dream (South Coast Rep), Camille (Fisher Center), I See London, I See France (NYMF), World Drummers (Hong Kong Disney) and Der Zwerg the Opera (Fisher Center).
Film and TV: The View starring Ben Vereen (ABC), The Windrush Gala and The Sportsbank Documentary (BBC) and Top Billing (SABC). He also worked on the film Bewitched starring Nicole Kidman.
Ballet and Contemporary highlights: The Audacious One (Ballet Met), Worlds Apart (Ballet Theatre Afrikan), Cornered (Phoenix Dance Company)
Warren is the first recipient of the Linbury Scholarship to study at the Rambert Ballet School in London, as a result of a meeting that took place between Lady Anya Sainsbury and President Nelson Mandela. In 1995 and 1996 he was also the winner of the Rudolf Nureyev Award in Europe. Warren has served as a Guest Lecturer at Princeton University in the Theatre Department and currently resides in New York City.