Margaret Mullin - Pacific Northwest Ballet

Margaret Mullin

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Leading Roles

George Balanchine
  • Agon
  • Apollo
  • Coppélia (Waltz of the Golden Hours, Spinner)
  • Emeralds
  • George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® (Sugar Plum Fairy, Harlequin, Hot Chocolate, Marzipan, Dewdrop)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia, Butterfly)
  • Square Dance
Peter Boal
  • Giselle (Berthe, Peasant pas de deux, Zulme)
David Dawson
  • A Million Kisses to my Skin
Ulysses Dove
  • Vespers
Nacho Duato
  • Rassemblement
William Forsythe
  • In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated
  • New Suite
  • The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude
Kiyon Gaines
  • Sum Stravinsky
Paul Gibson
  • The Piano Dance
  • Rush
Marco Goecke
  • Place a Chill*
Ronald Hynd
  • The Sleeping Beauty (Bluebird pas de deux)
Jiri Kylian
  • Forgotten Land
  • Petite Mort
  • Sechs Tänze (Six Dances)
Jean-Christophe Mailot
  • Roméo et Juliette (Nurse)
Benjamin Millepied
  • 3 Movements
Mark Morris
  • Kammermusik No. 3*
Justin Peck
  • Debonair*
  • Year of the Rabbit
Crystal Pite
  • Emergence
Victor Quijada
  • Mating Theory*
  • Suspension of Disbelief
Alexei Ratmansky
  • Don Quixote (Juanita)
Jerome Robbins
  • The Concert
  • Fancy Free
  • Glass Pieces
  • West Side Story Suite (Rosalia)
Kent Stowell
  • Carmina Burana
  • Nutcracker (Clara, Flora)
  • Swan Lake (Queen Mother, Pas de trois, Neopolitan Dance)
Susan Stroman
  • TAKE FIVE…More or Less
Price Suddarth
  • Signature*
Twyla Tharp
  • In the Upper Room
  • Nine Sinatra Songs
Christopher Wheeldon
  • Tide Harmonic

* Originated role

Margaret Mullin is from Tucson, Arizona. She studied on scholarship at Ballet Arts Tucson with Mary-Beth Cabana and at Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and she attended summer courses at Ballet Tucson and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. She was the recipient of a Thurber Scholarship Award in 2003 and 2004, the 2007 Founding Director Scholarship Award from Angela Whitehill of Burklyn Ballet, and a 2011 Princess Grace Award recipient. Ms. Mullin joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 2008. She was promoted to corps de ballet in 2009 and soloist in 2013.

Ms. Mullin has choreographed works for Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Choreographers’ Showcase and NEXT STEP. In 2012, she choreographed her first ballet, Lost in Light, for the Company. She has also choreographed works, performed as a guest artist (including a leading role in Antony Tudor’s Continuo), and served as guest teacher for Ballet Tucson and Ballet Arts School in Tucson.

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