Wolfram also had his first taste of technical theatre while working for Valley Youth Theatre, having worked as an electrician and follow spot operator for a number of shows in his time there.
Since leaving Valley Youth Theatre, Wolfram worked for many community and professional companies in Phoenix as an actor, including Nearly Naked Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre, Artist's Theatre Project, Actor's Renaissance Theatre, South Mountain Community College, Glendale Community College, Phoenix Theatre's Festival of New Works, and Phoenix Theatre's The Cookie Company.
Wolfram has of late shifted his focus to things that lie behind the scenes. Wolfram is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Design and Production with a focus in lighting design from Arizona State University.
Wolfram has worked as an electrician, master electrician and designer for countless companies in Arizona, including Arizona State University's Mainstage Theatre, Childsplay, Nearly Naked Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Actor's Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre, Center Dance Ensemble and many, many more. Wolfram received his first AriZoni Theatre Award of Excellence Nomination for lighting design in 2006 for his design of The Shakespeare Theatre's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Wolfram was also honored for his lighting design for ASU's production of Paul North' s new play The House Where Nobody Lives with a nomination for 2007 The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
"I would like to thank all of the production staff, for giving me such a great experience and such amazing opportunities. If it weren't for my time with VYT I never would have met so many amazing professionals and learned so much about this craft I love so much."
Wolfram first began his time with Valley Youth Theatre as a member of the male ensemble for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He was also then seen in Titanic (John Astor), Charlotte's Web (John Arable), and The Hobbit (Gollum) for which he received his first AriZoni Award of Excellence. In Wolfram's time with VYT he was also a member of the improv troupe, and was intern working with the Lowell Afterschool Playhouse.