Kelly Wolf considers a big part of her career to have been an investment of time and emotion as she has represented athletes at Octagon where she is now a vice president. Many of the clients she has worked with have been tennis players, and Kelly explains how for that sport, representatives really serve as the front office for those athletes, working to plan schedules, hire coaches and support staff and book travel while also negotiating sponsorships and other deals. Kelly shares details on that in this episode, as well as insight into her work on marketing and speaking representation with athletes and coaches from other sports.
Kelly Wolf is a Theatre Maker, a Set and Costume designer and an Artist Educator who is interested in exploring ways that design can augment the theatrical experience. She has created designs for many theatres across Canada ranging from small independent companies to the major festivals. Most recently designing Berlin Blues at the Blyth Festival and A Christmas Carol at the Grand Theatre. Upcoming: Hook Up a new opera with Tapestry Music Theatre and Hare and Tortoise with Carousel Players. Recent work has taken her into the realm of site specific theatre creation. Kelly has worked in collaboration to create One Small Drop, inspired by the textile workers of the Imperial Cotton Company and In Sight investigating the effects of a stroke and perception at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Her most recent site-specific collaboration, HERE, took Kelly to Barton St in Hamilton to explore gentrification and change in that neighbourhood. Recent designs include: Pantalone’s Palace and Top Girls (Brock University) Waiting Room (Tarragon Theatre), Quiver (Nightwood, Theatre Aquarius Studio), Rukmini’s Gold (Toronto and Hamilton Fringe), Commercials for Hamilton (Hammer Theatre/Staircase), Sanctuary Song (Theatre Direct – NAC), The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh (Roseneath)The Old Man and the River (Theatre Direct) Queen for a Day – set (Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts), Midsummer Night’s Dream –costume (Citadel Theatre),Sound of Music – set (Drayton) and Between the Sheets (Nightwood). www.kellywolf.ca
Kelly Wolf | From Gymnastics to Massive Vert on the Trails
Kelly Wolf spent much of her childhood thru high school competing as a gymnast. Fatigued from the pressure and some physiological concerns, she stepped away from that sport and found rock climbing in college. A bit burned out from climbing, Kelly discovered the trails and hasn’t looked back. She ran … The post Kelly Wolf | From Gymnastics to Massive Vert on the Trails appeared first on Ultrarunnerpodcast.com.