Former Comet Amy Wolfe, has been dancing since the age of 3. Since she was her mother’s first daughter, Wolfe absorbed all of this pent-up girly energy – she wore a tutu – all the stops were taken. Wolfe, grooved through her childhood, being apart of Just For Kix dance studio and many drama performances that the department put on.
In college, Wolfe continued her passion and was apart of the NIACC show choir, as well as, a cheerleader for the Cedar Valley CourtKings. When she moved back to the area, the Stoney Point Players hired her – not to dance – but to compose dances.
Wolfe even choreographed the recent Charles City High School performance of, ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.’
Wolfe says dance is one of the best ways to communicate non-verbally with other people.
Transitioning from a dancer to a composer was not a cake-walk.
Wolfe never wanted to be a performer forever. She did, however, have an urge to teach, and is getting to do that on a local level. She hopes to one day go back to school and major in Dance Education – which she was surprised is even a thing.