More Information About Anthony Wolf

Wolf founded and produced The L.I.F.E. Show in 1997 – 2017, the first urban dance showcase in Chicago, which show aired every 60 days. The L.I.F.E. show was an incubator for choreographers and companies that provided access to theaters, production and marketing for groups considered outside of traditional dance programming. Ian Eastwood from The Young Lion, Nick Gonzalez from the Dance Project, Hip-Hop Connexion, Stick and Move, Los Jovenes Del Swing, Andy Cruz, Culture Shock Chicago and The Rage Project Viola Elkins are just a few of the companies that regularly performed in The L.I.F.E. Show when other venues were not presenting urban dance. Proceeds from every show were donated to charities across the city. Over the 10 years of its existence, funds were given to support breast cancer awareness, suicide prevention, HIV and AIDs awareness programs in Chicago.

Wolf is the Founder & CEO to create Chicago’s First Agency “NextLevel” LLC in 2003- 2005, which was a sought-after resource for casting dance talent for the entertainment industry in the Midwest.

NextLevel LLC provided the Chicago dance community with representation for motion pictures, television, theatrical, print, and commercial opportunities relating to dance. It evolved to also represent models, choreographers, make-up artists, musicians, actors, and singers.

NextIcons, was an affiliate company that nurtured the new generation of talent. They provided workshops plus performance opportunities for NextLevel Talent members with professionals in Chicago.

Some clients have included: the MGM, the Oprah Winfrey Show, Jive Records, Def Jam Records, J Records, Malibu, Perkins, Captain Morgan, Midway Games, Turtle Wax, Wrigley’s, and Art Institute Chicago.

Wolf continues to work with casting directors, choreographers, cinema, directors, fashion venues, interactive media, photographers, producers, production companies, and television for casting services.