2019 TOUR DATES!
June 29th, 30th, July 1st, 2nd, 2019
Intensive Location: Dancers Only
Final Show Location: St.Martin's Solomon Theater
DEADLINE: MAY 29th
5328 David Drive
Kenner, LA 70065
NTG is a locally owned company out of New Orleans, Louisiana. The artistic director, Stephani Kammer, has a degree in the arts from Oklahoma City University and went on to have a professional career as a dancer and choreographer. She is currently an instructor at NOCCA (New Orleans Creative Center for the Arts) and the current Head Choreographer & Stage Director for the Miss USA and Universe pageants. Ms. Kammer shared the stage with Janet Jackson for almost a decade and her knowledge and experience brings an edge to this organization that places it in a caliber above the rest.
Stephani Kammer resides in New Orleans as a professional instructor and choreographer. After earning her Bachelor of Performing Arts degree from Oklahoma City University Stephani began her professional career in New York appearing in regional theaters, industrials, and prime time television. Upon relocating to Los Angeles, Stephani would begin her nine-year working relationship with Janet Jackson. She has appeared in several videos and TV performances with Ms. Jackson and served as Assistant Creative Director to Gil Duldulao on Janet’s Rock Witch U world tour. In 2013 Ms.Kammer was hired by Touch Down Entertainment to help cast the local talent and serve as field director for the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show in New Orleans featuring Beyonce. Stephani currently serves on the faculty at NOCCA (New Orleans Center for Creative Arts) and is the head choreographer for the Miss USA and Universe pageants. Stephani is very active in the professional dance industry and had the honor of performing in the Michael Jackson tribute on the MTV Video Music Awards after his passing. In recent years she has been inducted into The Cambridge Who’s Who Among Executive & Professional Women for her many years of hard work and dedication to the arts. Stephani has taught internationally in Tokyo, Japan at Broadway Dance Center and traveled to over 65 countries educating and inspiring dancers all over the globe.