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About the Team

WTF - We The Females is an all-women dance company based out of Boston, Massachusetts. The team was created in January 2019 by three Boston-based female dancers. The team’s mission is to empower all women of all ages through the art of dance. The team takes a special interest in locally owned businesses, fashion, community service, and youth outreach. We believe it is as important to invest in the community we take part in as it is to help lead it. We are a team that is trained, choreographed, danced, and directed by women. 


In 2020 We The Females was chosen as Adidas Game Changers and featured in a nationwide campaign about people who make a difference in their community. The same year, we launched our We’re The Future program that brings affordable dance classes to young girls around Massachusetts. We plan to continue to make our mark in the community by spreading positivity and bringing affordable and meaningful art to all women/girls. 

About the Name

As women, there are a lot of things on the daily that make you say out loud WTF?! This is for all women and everything we have to go through in our society.



Some of our professional credits include:

  • Adidas Originals Superstar Campaign

  • Boston Celtics

  • Boston Red Sox

  • Pride Boston

  • PUMA

  • Redbull

  • NBC

  • Telemundo

  • Denise Simmons Victory Party (serving as the first openly lesbian African American mayor in the United States for the city of Cambridge)

  • Boston Cannabis Festival

  • QueerAF - Hosted by non-profit Love Your Labels 


Some of our community credits include:

  • “We’re The Future” children’s program, hosted in Boston, MA, and throughout MA at large

  • Strong Women Strong Girls - non-profit

  • Girls Leap  - non-profit

  • Boston Night Market

  • "Reignbow” hosted by QWAM, Boston, MA

  • "Elements", hosted by Fusion, Boston, MA

  • “NOYZE” hosted by Static Noyze, Boston, MA

  • “Connect”, Providence, RI 

  •  “VIBES”, hosted by Boston University, Boston, MA

  • “FUNKTION” hosted by Kinematix, Boston, MA

  • “Ring The Alarm” hosted by MIT’s Mocha Moves, Cambridge, MA

  • “PRELUDE” New Jersey  - Exhibition Act

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