• Important update about our 2020/21 Season

2020/21 Season Update

With our highest priority focused on the health and well-being of our patrons, dancers, staff and community, we have made the difficult yet necessary decision that our originally programmed 2020/21 Season of performances at the Arsht, Broward and Kravis Performing Arts Centers will not go on as planned. 

In the coming months, we will be sharing with you our reimagined season of dance celebrating our 35th anniversary, remaining steadfast as our love letter to our community. Through a combination of special and unique performances around South Florida, online premieres of MCB’s most memorable performances and new works made for the digital screen, we are committed to bringing joy and inspiration through dance; a need more vital than ever amid this COVID crisis.

We hope you will consider donating to the MCB Dancer Support Fund to help keep the power of dance alive. MCB’s family of dancers, production team, wardrobe department and entire Artistic staff are the heart of the company, so we have established MCB’s Dancer Support Fund with a goal to raise $4 million to cover the wages, health insurance, and benefits for our dancers and artistic staff to safeguard their health and economic well-being over these uncertain times.

As we take stock of where we are today, one thing remains true: our mission to deliver experiences that are joyful, uplifting, healing and inspiring to our communities is more important than ever. This remains at the forefront of our hearts and minds at Miami City Ballet.

Thank you for your understanding and loyalty during these challenging times. We know that it is with your support that we will get through this, and get back together in our theaters

With best wishes and gratitude,


Lourdes Lopez                                 Tania Castroverde-Moskalenko
Artistic Director                               Executive Director


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Subscribers and ticket-holders


We will be in touch directly with you by email and/or mail. The value of your tickets is available as a credit in your MCB account.

If you are holding tickets to a postponed performance of Don Quixote, the value of these tickets will also appear as a credit in your MCB account.

You can apply this credit in the following ways: 

  • Please Donate: Support MCB’s Dancer Support Fund with a tax-deductible donation.
  • 2021/22 Season: Secure your 2021/22 subscription now.
  • Gift Certificate: Receive a gift certificate to be redeemed towards any future performances.
  • Hold For Later: Keep the value of your tickets as a credit in your MCB Account to be redeemed towards future performances.
  • Refund: Request a refund. Refunds will be processed in 6-8 weeks from the date of your request.

To access your MCB Account and submit your credit request online:

  1. Click on this link
  2. Log in using the email address where you receive MCB emails
  3. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it
  4. Once logged in, you will see a list of your performances and the steps for how to submit your credit options


Submitting your credit request online is the best way to get your request to us, and allows us to more promptly help our audiences. Once your request is submitted, our Customer Relations team will get back to you with confirmation as soon as possible.

You can also get in touch with our Customer Relations team on the details below. We are experiencing a high volume of requests at the moment and we greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. We will respond to you as soon as possible, and we are always happy to help.


Miami City Ballet Customer Relations
Monday – Friday | 9am – 5pm
Phone or text 305.929.7010 | Toll Free 877.929.7010