Jera Wolfe
Actor, Dancer, Choreographer
Non-Union
Since the world currently needs to experience ‘magic’ more than ever before, I believe Jera Wolfe’s soul-stirring contributions to the art of dance are gifts to cherish.”
– Mavis Staines, Artistic Director & CEO, Canada’s National Ballet School, C.M., DHUML

Born in Toronto, Canada, Jera Wolfe is a choreographer and performer of Métis heritage and is an Associate Artist with Red Sky Performance.

Mr. Wolfe’s captivating choreography has awarded him the 2019 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Original Choreography for Trace by Red Sky Performance. He has demonstrated an impressive repertoire of works presented by Canadian Stage, Fall For Dance North, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Festival des arts de Saint-Sauveur, Danse Danse and Jacob’s Pillow. His recent works include Bare choreographed at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Arise for Canada’s National Ballet School, Embers for Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, Reliance for Ryerson University’s School of Performance and Begin Again for Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers.

His recent commission FLOW opened Fall For Dance North’s virtual Signature Program. He is currently choreographing Soul for The National Ballet of Canada.

The official Canadian choreographer for Canada’s National Ballet School’s Sharing Dance Day 2020, Mr. Wolfe is also the Ontario Ambassador for International Dance Day 2020.

Aside from choreography, he performs primarily for Red Sky Performance and has also performed with many other companies including Peggy Baker Dance Projects.

Mr. Wolfe graduated from Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and since 2016 has returned to the company to create new works each year.