Hilary Wolfley

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Hilary Fullmer Wolfley graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in ballet. She was included on the Spring 2012 and Spring 2010 Dean's Lists.

Wolfley performed several title roles in various productions by the Theatre Ballet program. In 2013 she was one of two dancers to play the lead role of Princess Aurora in the Theatre Ballet's production of The Sleeping Beauty during February of 2013.

Also in February of 2013 Hilary Wolfley swept first place in the pre-professional, professional, and university categories of the 2013 Choreographic Design Project for the piece she choreographed for the Utah Regional Ballet. Hilary successfully presented her choreography at the Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research at Utah State University. In March of 2013, "Transition," choreographed by Wolfley, was selected for the gala performance at the American College Dance Festival hosted by Southern Utah University. At the 2013 Senior Dance Showcase, Wolfley's piece, Witraz, inspired by 1 Corinthians 13:12, was preformed by Hailey Savage.

In 2014, she was selected as the finalist in Ballet Arkansas' choreography competition and won the competition, which resulted in her setting a new piece on the professional company.

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