Dance-Lover Kit

Welcome to the Miami City Ballet’s kit for dance lovers, filled with essential reading, viewing and doing activities for dance lovers in South Florida and across the world during this difficult time.

“At Miami City Ballet, we are here because of you, and now we are here for you.” – MCB Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez. View the full message here.

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Let’s keep dancing together.

Move with MCB

Need to get moving to help reduce stress and keep sharp? Join out livestream classes via @miamicityballet Instagram. These classes are a fun way to get your body moving, and cater for beginners to experienced dancers. Everybody is welcome!

Online Classses | Livestream Schedule

Coloring Activities for Kids and Adults

If Hippolyta, the Firebird and Don Quixote were in self isolation, what would they do? They’d probably want to do some coloring.

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Podcast Recommendations

MCB’s favourite podcasts, recommended by MCB dancers and staff. They’re a selection of dance-related podcasts, plus some news, humour and cultural conversation.

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Favorite Dance Movies

A dance movie marathon is one of the greatest treats in life! There are literally thousands of classic and iconic dance movies to choose from, so here are some of Miami City Ballet’s favorites to add to your list. Plus, a bonus list of our favorite dance documentaries.

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Spotify Playlist: Chill Mix

Bring a little Miami City Ballet music into your home. The MCB family have compiled a playlist of favorite chilled out songs to relax to, and it’s a diverse mix from jazz to RnB to alternative… Enjoy!

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Favorite Books to Read

Here are some of Miami City Ballet’s favorite books, recommended by MCB dancers and staff.

These books that capture your imagination and transport you to another place.

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Thank You For Your Support

We are incredibly grateful to all those that have supported our Dancer Support Fund during this time. As a non-profit organization, MCB employs over a hundred fiercely dedicated operational and artistic staff members, faculty and dancers to deliver the world-class performances, education and engagement programs that bring arts into the community.

As we look ahead to a changed world, we depend on the vital support and generosity of our audiences and donors. If you can help, please consider donating.

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