Andrea Wolf

Andrea Wolf is an Oklahoma City native. At age four, she began training under the direction of Lisa Webb at the Academy of Ballet and Theatre Arts. From age nine, Andrea attended summer programs including Tulsa Ballet, Ellison Ballet New York City, SLK Ballet New York City, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. One of Andrea’s childhood highlights was dancing Marie (Clara) in Tulsa Ballet’s Nutcracker. Last summer, Andrea danced professionally with Ft. Worth’s Ballet Concerto. Recently, Andrea received her BFA in Ballet Performance from Texas Christian University where she was the recipient of TCU’s School for Classical & Contemporary Dance Adrienne Miller Perner Memorial Scholarship.


While at TCU, Andrea performed lead roles in Giselle, Paquita, and In the Remembering. She was also privileged to work with legendary New York City ballet dancer Jacques d’Amboise and was chosen to perform the lead role in his Appalachian Mountain work. In addition, Andrea was honored to train with American Ballet Theater’s Susan Jaffe and New York City Ballet’s Michele Gifford. Other dance credits include George Balanchine’s Valse-Fantasie, Cinderella, and Don Quixote. During her college career, Andrea was photographed and published by world-renowned dance photographer Rachel Neville and National Geographic photographer Kike Calvo. In addition to classical ballet, Andrea’s TCU training included contemporary and modern dance, lighting and costume design, stage production, dance theory, dance history, and choreography. She is excited for this opportunity to bring her knowledge and experience to Dance Unlimited.