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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

A Perfect Trio @ MOCA

On Friday, May 10th, Marin Ballet will be part of a unique collaboration between the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato and artist Kathleen Lack, along with her ballet

Taking New Rep to TBA Festival 2019

We’re so excited to have our Level 8 and 9 students heading to the inaugural festival of The Ballet Alliance in Spokane, WA.  Each year, in preparation for this event,

Happy Birthday to Us!

It’s not rhetoric when we talk about generations of alumni – particularly when our pre-history goes back to 1950.  At age 56, we have lifetimes of alumni relationships that are

Valentine Tango for Birthday #56

At Marin Ballet we see dance as a valuable, life-enhancing, community-enriching tool capable of fostering deep connection and communication on many levels. For over 5 decades MB has been a

What’s up with Be Social:

“What are Marin Ballet’s “Be Social:” classes all about? Dance throughout history is an integral part of every culture, ranging from recreational to sacred, and covering every form of social

Nutcracker Surprise is no surprise

Underneath the hubbub of rehearsals, production specs, and marketing for Marin Ballet’s Nutcracker, there is a project that quietly marches with us into the theater each year……..Nutcracker Surprise.  The concept

David’s Keys and Connections

It was a wonderful gathering!  Music Director David Shepard’s retirement send-off on October 6th was a heartfelt reminder of what it is we collectively enjoy about being a part of