Marjorie Cayabyab Anicete

Dancer / CAP Assistant                                           Back to Performing Artists Page
Marjorie was born and raised in Daly City and now resides in San Bruno. At the age of 7, she and her family stayed in her parents 

homeland Calasiao, Pangasinan in the Philippines. Living in the Philippines brought her closer to her roots and an experience of 

how life was like for both of her parents living in the province. In middle school, she was involved in various activities such as 

dancing hip-hop, polynesian, and even playing the flute. In 2008, she joined the Kababayan Program of Skyline College and was 

introduced to folk dancing by her fellow colleagues and joined the Kababayan Dance Troupe. After a year she took a break from 

dancing and focused on her studies and other priorities. A year later, after watching a performance by Sining Kumintang of 

Batangas at Laguna Honda Hospital, she was inspired to come back and dance again with Barangay Dance Company. After 

recieving an in depth workshop at the Philippine Dance Gathering and Workshops in San Diego, Marjorie continues to develop her 

skills and futher her passion of folk dance by preparing for the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and the upcoming events for 

Barangay. 
Marjorie was born and raised in Daly City and now resides in San Bruno. At the age of 7, she and her family stayed in her parents 

homeland Calasiao, Pangasinan in the Philippines. Living in the Philippines brought her closer to her roots and an experience of 

how life was like for both of her parents living in the province. In middle school, she was involved in various activities such as 

dancing hip-hop, polynesian, and even playing the flute. In 2008, she joined the Kababayan Program of Skyline College and was 

introduced to folk dancing by her fellow colleagues and joined the Kababayan Dance Troupe. After a year she took a break from 

dancing and focused on her studies and other priorities. A year later, after watching a performance by Sining Kumintang of 

Batangas at Laguna Honda Hospital, she was inspired to come back and dance again with Barangay Dance Company. After 

recieving an in depth workshop at the Philippine Dance Gathering and Workshops in San Diego, Marjorie continues to develop her 

skills and futher her passion of folk dance by preparing for the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and the upcoming events for 

Barangay. 
Marjorie was born and raised in Daly City and now resides in San Bruno. At the age of 7, she and her family stayed in her parents 

homeland Calasiao, Pangasinan in the Philippines. Living in the Philippines brought her closer to her roots and an experience of 

how life was like for both of her parents living in the province. In middle school, she was involved in various activities such as 

dancing hip-hop, polynesian, and even playing the flute. In 2008, she joined the Kababayan Program of Skyline College and was 

introduced to folk dancing by her fellow colleagues and joined the Kababayan Dance Troupe. After a year she took a break from 

dancing and focused on her studies and other priorities. A year later, after watching a performance by Sining Kumintang of 

Batangas at Laguna Honda Hospital, she was inspired to come back and dance again with Barangay Dance Company. After 

recieving an in depth workshop at the Philippine Dance Gathering and Workshops in San Diego, Marjorie continues to develop her 

skills and futher her passion of folk dance by preparing for the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and the upcoming events for 

Barangay. 
Marjorie was born and raised in Daly City and now resides in San Bruno. At the age of 7, she and her family stayed in her parents 

homeland Calasiao, Pangasinan in the Philippines. Living in the Philippines brought her closer to her roots and an experience of 

how life was like for both of her parents living in the province. In middle school, she was involved in various activities such as 

dancing hip-hop, polynesian, and even playing the flute. In 2008, she joined the Kababayan Program of Skyline College and was 

introduced to folk dancing by her fellow colleagues and joined the Kababayan Dance Troupe. After a year she took a break from 

dancing and focused on her studies and other priorities. A year later, after watching a performance by Sining Kumintang of 

Batangas at Laguna Honda Hospital, she was inspired to come back and dance again with Barangay Dance Company. After 

recieving an in depth workshop at the Philippine Dance Gathering and Workshops in San Diego, Marjorie continues to develop her 

skills and futher her passion of folk dance by preparing for the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and the upcoming events for 

Barangay. 
     Marjorie was born and raised in Daly City and now resides in San Bruno.  At the age of 7, she and her family stayed in her parents’ homeland Calasiao, Pangasinan in the Philippines.  Living in the Philippines brought her closer to her roots and an experience of how life was like for both of her parents living in the province.  In middle school, she was involved in various activities such as dancing hip-hop, Polynesian, and even playing the flute.  In 2008, she joined the Kababayan Program of Skyline College and was introduced to folk dancing by her fellow colleagues and joined the Kababayan Dance Troupe.

     After a year she took a break from dancing and focused on her studies and other priorities.  A year later, after watching a performance by Sining Kumintang of Bataangas at Laguna Honda Hospital, she was inspired to come back and dance again with Barangay Dance Company.  After

receiving an in-depth workshop at the Philippine Dance Gathering and Workshops in San Diego, Marjorie continues to develop her skills and further her passion for Philippine folk dance by preparing for the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and upcoming events for Barangay.