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Spring Concert 2021

Spring has sprung! And that means Marin Ballet is gearing up for its annual Spring Concert. As we continue to adapt to the unique challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic,

Collaborating with Our Community

In honor of Marin Ballet’s Birthday, we wanted to share all of the amazing programming we have developed to be a beacon of art in our community. From Be Social,

Happy 58: We’ve always been in it together!

This past year changed how we connect but not how we feel about one another, nor what connects us.  Marin Ballet is a shared communal identity that spans generations.  Ours

Happy 58: New norms and timeless passion

Over the past 23 years, Artistic Director Cynthia Lucas – a Marin Ballet alumna herself –has honored the accomplishments of founder Leona Norman by contributing her own clarity of vision

Happy 58: 100 Elm is ready and waiting!

Thanks to the vision and determination of key founding members of the MB community – notably Phyllis and Max Thelen – we are fortunate to own our beloved facility here

A Year in Review

Marin Ballet continues its commitment to developing new and existing programs to evolve our virtual dance education and performance opportunities. We continue to learn with our strong collaborative team that

A Testament to the Times: MB’s Virtual Nutcracker Vignettes

You may not be able to see Marin Ballet’s Nutcracker at the Marin Civic Center this year, but we have found a way to bring vignettes of our beloved show

Alumna Story: Susan Dawson (2017)

Marin Ballet has a rich 57-year legacy in the Marin community. We have had hundreds of students come through our doors and devote many years of their young lives to

Reflections from MB’s 2020 Grads

By the time our students reach their senior year in high school and are ready to graduate, most have devoted 12-15 years of their young lives to ballet training. That

Dancing in Place

Like so many other fields, our world of dance has gone virtual…for now! It took a week after the Shelter in Place was mandated for Marin Ballet’s leadership and dedicated