Noa Hoffman is an award-winning Israeli dancer and choreographer and the artistic director of the Mahola Dance School. She is also the director of the school's competitive team and a sought-after guest choreographer.
Noa is known for her works that combine contemporary dance with a narrative that brings situations from our daily lives to the stage.
Among her notable works are: "Sky Treasures", "Elizabeth – life story", "Days of Repentance" and "Seven Sins", “Game Changer”, “Paradox” (Noahoffmandance.com)
Noa’s unique dance and movement language is highly acclaimed by critics and has awarded her many prizes in various dance contests: Karmiel Dance Festival contest, Ashdo Dance Festival contest, "I Believe", “Beer Sheva Fringe Prize” and DWC.
In 2010, Noa was chosen among hundreds of dancers to the prestigious "Outstanding Dancer" program and started performing at the Cameri Theatre in Tel-Aviv. During that time, she danced in multiple productions such as "Cabaret" (choreographed by Javier De Frutos),"West Side Story" (choreographed by Avihai Haham), "A Funny thing happened on the way to the Forum" (choreographed by Chet Walker) and more.