Noah Martzall | Apprentice
Noah Martzall is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He studied at Walnut School of the Arts and Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and he attended summer courses at the Chautauqua Institution, Nutmeg Conservatory, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. Mr. Martzall joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 2020.
While a student at Pacific Northwest Ballet School, Mr. Martzall performed in Company productions of George Balanchine’s George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ronald Hynd’s The Sleeping Beauty, Miles Pertl’s Wash of Gray, and Kent Stowell’s Carmina Burana and Cinderella. He performed leading roles in PNB School performances of Peter Boal’s If I Should Fall, Kiyon Ross’s [NO HOLDS]barre’d, and Bruce Wells’s Pinocchio, and he originated leading roles in Nancy Casciano’s Circles & Triangles, Amanda Morgan’s The Argument, Margaret Mullin’s Saccade, and Calista Ruat’s A Tribe Called Michio.
Mr. Martzall has also performed with Amanda Morgan’s Seattle Project.