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Julia Adam (choreographer of Marin Ballet’s Nutcracker and A Midsummer Night’s Dream) is working with Marin Ballet alumni Carly Wheaton, Lucius Kirst, and Mila Lavoie in her current dance project, The Boathouse Project...

The Boathouse Project

  • The Boathouse Project

    Julia Adam (choreographer of Marin Ballet’s Nutcracker and A Midsummer Night’s Dream) is working with Marin Ballet alumni Carly Wheaton, Lucius Kirst, and Mila Lavoie in her current dance project, The Boathouse Project.  The weekend of dance is sure to include all the trimmings of summer: [...]

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  • Meet Marin Ballet’s Board of Trustees!

    A large part of Marin Ballet’s community is our dedicated Board of Trustees. While the work of the Board commonly takes places behind the scenes, the dedication and energy of our Trustees does not go unnoticed. The Board is made up of volunteers who give [...]

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  • Spring Concert 2014

    All of us at Marin Ballet are winding down from an exciting and very successful weekend of Spring Concert performances. The six shows were packed with proud families and friends, and included dancers in Levels  5 – 9, all of whom performed their hearts out. [...]

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  • Meet our Music Director!

    There are many aspects that contribute to a well-rounded dancer – everything from flexibility and coordination, to energy, hard work, and artistry all factor into the training. One aspect that is often over-looked, but equally as relevant to a dancer’s training, is musicality and a [...]

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  • Alumni Getting Involved

                    Each year, Marin Ballet receives donations from businesses and individuals for our Nutcracker Sponsorship, which helps fund our annual performances as well as our ticket outreach program, Nutcracker Surprise, that provides over 1,500 free Nutcracker tickets annually [...]

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  • Remembering Max Thelen

    The Marin Ballet community was sad to learn that Max Thelen, Jr., a man who made an enormous and enduring difference in the development of Marin Ballet and so many other artistic and cultural organizations in Marin County over the past 50 years , died [...]

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  • Alumni Spotlight

    Today we sit down with Marin Ballet alumni, Katherine Disenhof. Katherine graduated from Stanford University in 2012 with a B.A. in Human Biology and received the Louis Sudler Prize in the Performing and Creative Arts. Currently, she is the BFA Program Coordinator and a Graphic [...]

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  • Cynthia Speaks!

    We are thrilled to announce that Marin Ballet will host a college information seminar next Saturday, February 22nd at 12:15-1:30. Marin Ballet families are welcome to sign up to join a discussion headed by Frank Augustyn, Chair of the Dance Department at Adelphi University, just [...]

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  • Movement and Music

    Marin Ballet has held a long-term relationship with award-winning artist and teacher, Kathleen Lack.  Lack is based in Marin and works out of the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato. Marin Ballet’s Artistic Director, Cynthia Lucas, has invited Kathleen into our studios for over [...]

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  • Cynthia Speaks!

    Happy New Year from all of us at Marin Ballet! As we look towards the new year, we can’t help but reflect on our 50th Anniversary.  2013 was a glorious year filled with triumphant moments not only for our students, but for our alumni and [...]

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