Juliet Prine | Corps de Ballet2023-09-28T13:43:39-07:00
PNB Dancer Juliet Prine


Juliet Prine is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She studied at Minnesota Dance Theatre, Colburn Dance Academy, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and she attended summer courses at the School of American Ballet, San Francisco Ballet School, Chautauqua Institution, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. She was a 2018 participant in Pacific Northwest Ballet School’s exchange with Paris Opera Ballet School. Ms. Prine joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 2019 and was promoted to corps de ballet later that year.

Ms. Prine has performed with Minnesota Dance Theatre, including roles in Adam Barruch’s dark heart, Eliot Feld’s A Stair Dance, Wynn Fricke’s Upturned Jewel, Loyce Houlton’s Nutcracker Fantasy, José Limón’s The Moor’s Pavane, Dominique Serrand’s Bach Cello Suites, and various works by Loyce and Lise Houlton; and with Charlotte Ballet, including roles in Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux’s Carmina Burana and Mark Diamond’s Adagio.

Leading Roles

George Balanchine

George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

(Harlequin, Dewdrop)

Nia-Amina Minor

And yet here we are*

Amanda Morgan

This Space Left Intentionally Blank*

Eva Stone

F O I L*

Kent Stowell


(Stepsister, Winter, Columbine)

Price Suddarth

The Intermission Project*

*Originated role

Pointe Shoe: Ballet’s Beloved Illusion

December 21st, 2023|Life at PNB|

Ballet has become synonymous with the pointe shoe—every time a little one dreams of spinning around on a massive stage under glowing lights dressed in a sparkling tutu, their feet are clad in such shoes. PNB's Artistic Director, Peter Boal, says “to be honest, I don’t know where PNB would be without the pointe shoe…. [E]verything balances on the pointe shoe.” Read on to learn more about this fundamental tool of ballet dancers and what PNB dancers have to say about their relationship with pointe shoes!

Q&A with Corps Member Juliet Prine

May 20th, 2023|Dancers|

Describe your perfect day off. I love to make the most of my days off! In the summer, I usually try to get out of the city to hike or camp for a couple hours/overnight. I also love spending days on the lake (so does my dog), and trying new restaurants. On a day off in the winter, you can find me skiing at Alpental or Crystal!

Juliet Prine, Amanda Morgan, & Cecilia Iliesiu on being back in the studios

August 19th, 2020|Choreographers, Dancers, Dancing at Home, Life at PNB, Q&A with Dancers, Choreographers & Staff|

After about five months away, PNB has begun slowly welcoming dancers back into our studios at the Phelps Center. Safety is paramount. PNB is following local health and safety mandates, consulting public health advisors and partnering with AGMA (dancers’ union) on strict return-to-work protocols including screening measures, timed entry into [...]

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