Joanna Wozniak



Joanna Wozniak joined The Joffrey Ballet as an apprentice in November 2001 and became a full company member in August 2003.

Raised in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, Ms. Wozniak trained with Sherry Moray, The Chicago Academy of Arts, and Harid Conservatory.

Since joining the Joffrey, she has performed feature roles in Celebration, Crossed, Confetti, Le Sacre du Printemps, Light Rain, Lilac Garden, The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Incantations, The Man In Black, Suite Saint Saëns and Viva Vivaldi. She has also performed in Sir Frederick Ashton’s A Wedding Bouquet and Monotones, and George Balanchine’s Square Dance and Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto.

She can be seen as a dancer in the feature film Save the Last Dance and performed for a year with the Alabama Ballet. Her other interests include music, books, teaching, and traveling. She is currently working towards a B.S. in Leadership and Organizational Behavior at Northwestern University.