• Jack Wolff

    Dancer - Guest Artist / Choreographer

    Photo Credit: Alana Campbell @alana.soup

    Jack Wolff joined Houston Ballet in 2018, and is currently a Demi Soloist. Originally from Houston, Wolff started his training at Precision Dance Academy, Houston METtoos, and Houston Ballet Summer Intensives. In 2015, he moved to NYC to train at American Ballet Theatre’s JKO School on full scholarship. While living in NYC, Wolff was awarded YoungArts winner in Tap, represented the JKO School at ABT at Prix de Lausanne, and at 16 years old made his professional debut in Bulgaria as a guest artist with iMEE: a company under the direction of Spencer Gavin Hering and Andrea Dawn Shelley. Since being in the company at Houston Ballet, he has worked with respected choreographers such as Arthur Pita, Justin Peck, Azure Barton, Disha Zhang, and Trey McIntyre. He has also been featured in many works of Stanton Welch’s. Some of his memorable roles include Peter in Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan, Benvolio in Stanton Welch’s Romeo and Juliet, and Prince Welch’s Cinderella. Jack Wolff also has a passion for choreography, and has created works for Houston Ballet II, Houston Ballet main company, Philadelphia Ballet II, and Houston Contemporary.

    Photo Credit: Alana Campbell @alana.soup

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