Celebrating Marin Ballet’s 58 Years – Moving Ever Forward Together
Hope – For the possibilities that await when we get back into our beloved Facility and creative outdoor dance spaces.
Inspiration – By our dedicated faculty, musicians and staff, who continue guiding our Program, and providing excellent classical ballet training throughout these unprecedented times. More unique and memorable performance opportunities to come this spring!
Gratitude – For our incredibly supportive Community, the foundation of Marin Ballet, uniting us in our shared appreciation and adoration for the art of dance and the invaluable life lessons it instills.
Vision – To remain steadfast in fulfilling our mission and the goals of our Strategic Plan with Fundraising and our ongoing commitment to creating a culture of giving.
Thank you to so many who have already contributed to Marin Ballet in this critical year. In celebration of our 58th year, and in keeping us moving ever forward together, please join us in pledging your support to Marin Ballet: Here to Stay.
Thank you for your support, and be well!
Marin Ballet Board of Trustees
Haley Tone, Chair
Angie Hisanaga, Vice Chair
Kathryn Hansen, Treasurer
Irina Drazien, Secretary
Sandra Dayco-Coray, Chair, Development Committee
Jennifer Henerlau, Trustee
Louise Lo, Trustee
INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DONATION
We are excited to launch Marin Ballet: Here to Stay. This year-long fundraising effort will bridge the critical gap between our current income and expenses, ensuring that financial aid to families in need can continue, and helping us continue to employ our excellent faculty, musicians, and staff.
Our curriculum continues to fulfill our mission: to provide excellent classical ballet training and education, and to promote the art of dance. However, with dance schools facing a long road ahead to in-person training for all age groups at full capacity, we need to work harder than ever to nurture and cultivate the Marin Ballet community that we all cherish.
While we are not in the theater this year, the spirit of Nutcracker will be shared virtually in spaces that span from our own Phyllis Thelen studio/theater to at-home dance spaces across the North Bay. The magic of Clara’s holiday dream will look different this year, but we are excited to provide an opportunity for our students and families to celebrate the gift of ballet and the holiday spirit during these very trying times. We hope that our Nutcracker Sponsors will support our virtual Nutcracker season, and that our Nutcracker audiences may choose to donate what they might have spent on performance tickets to the Marin Center performance.