Jeff Wolfe received his training through the Academy of Ballet Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida followed by the Houston ballet academy in Houston, Texas, which he attended for two years on scholarship and was accepted into Houston Ballet’s second company. He spent the following four seasons dancing with the a.g.m.a. company BalletMet in Columbus, Ohio. Wolfe joined River North Dance Chicago the next season. Wolfe spent seven years freelancing around the United States and Canada, dancing with many companies including Montgomery Ballet (soloist), Eugene Ballet Company (principal), River North Dance Chicago, Ron De Jesus Dance, Owen/Cox dance group, and Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance. Wolfe has also been seen as a dancer and aerialist on the cruise ship Oasis of the Seas. He has performed original works by renowned choreographers including Stanton Welch, Harrison McEldowney, Edgar Zendejas, K.T. Nelson, Penny Saunders, Lauri Stallings, and Randy Duncan. in 2008 Wolfe was awarded the honor of winning the Columbus Choreographic Project. Wolfe danced with Montreal based companies Ezdanza and José Navas/Company Flak from 2012-2015. Jeff has been teaching around the country as a master ballet educator for over a decade. Jeff and his husband Seth Robinson now co-own and run The Hive Studios and The Colony, a youth elite competitive dance program both located in Chicago IL.