Welcome New Coaches!

Virginia Ice Theatre is excited to announce the addition of 2 very successful coaches to our ever growing program. Please read their bios below, and welcome both Rory and Elena to our fabulous coaching staff!


Mrs. Rory Flack AKA Mrs. Rory, made her debut Production performance on ice 45 years ago in a club show. After 10 years of training Rory became the 1986 US National Junior Ladies Bronze Medal, earning her place on Team USA for 3 consecutive seasons. She became a Competitive Pro Skater Competing in ProAm’s throughout the 90’s and touring till 2009. Mrs. Rory is 2002 IFS Magazine #10 Most Influential People In Figure Skating for her Choreograph & Creation of “Ebony on Ice”. Over the past 32 years Mrs. Rory has been coaching, creating Productions and Production numbers for Club skaters to Olympians and legionary vocal artist Earth Wind and Fire, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and many more for Network TV “On Ice” shows.
“I am very excited to relocate to the DMV and to play my part with the Virginia Ice Theatre.”… Mrs. Rory


Ms. Elena Leonova was born and raised in Moscow, Russia.
Elena started skating at age 5, and joined the famous Olympic Reserve School CSKA at age 7. Won regional competition in Novice at 10 and turn Pairs. Won 2 times World Junior Championships in Pairs at 12 and 13 and turn senior. Competed on highest level on Senior Circuit and won Skate Canada, NHK Trophy, Nebelhorn Trophy and various Russian competitions. Held 2 time National Champion in Junior and bronze medalist at Nationals at Seniors.
At age 18, Elena started studying at State Central Academy of Physical Culture and Sports, and got her Bachelor Degree in Figure Skating. In 1993, she turned Pro and joined world famous Tatiana Tarasova’s company “Russian All Stars”.
In 1994, Elena studied Ballet Master on ice at the New Humanitarian University. Since 1995, she has been skating in various top level shows and TV productions around the world. Currently, Elena is teaching skating in Maryland and Virginia, as well as being a presenter at High Performance camps for USFSA.

VIT Auditions for 2019-2020 Season Announced with application

Thank you for your interest in auditioning for Virginia Ice Theatre’s 2019-20 season! We are looking forward to another successful season and can’t wait to see old friends and new faces. Please carefully read the following information before filling out the registration form.

Auditions are September 22 and 29, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM for Basic Skills to Pre-Preliminary Test and Adult only, and from 6:00 to 8:00 PM for Preliminary and higher Test (i.e. USFSA Moves In The Field)

We are holding auditions for Six (6) Teams:

1) Basic Skills – Looking for our next generation of Theatre on Ice performers! Must be able to skate backwards. This is an introductory team and will stay at local events only. This team will not participate at Nationals.

National Teams:

2) Preliminary Team – Must have Waltz jump and one (1) foot spin. Able to pass pre-preliminary moves before Feb 2020.

3) Special O/Therapeutic Team – Auditions will be held on October 13th. Must be able to follow directions and skate with little assistance.

3a) Special O/Therapeutic Team Mentors – Requirement: Part of a Theatre Team for at least two (2) years, independently motivated, self reliant. Able to be at EVERY practice and event.

4) Novice Team – Must have passed Preliminary moves or higher. Axel highly recommended.

5) Junior Team – Must have passed Juvenile moves. Axel jump required. Double jumps highly recommended.

6) Adult Team – At least 18 years old. Able to pass one USFSA test by February 2020. Looking for motivated adults who can laugh and have fun together.

What’s New This Year:

We are looking for “Bubbles“. This is a skater who is willing to come to another teams practice on a VERY regular basis, learn the choreography and fill in during practices whenever a skater is missing. You will NOT compete with that team, BUT at Nationals you will be part of the “coaching” staff for that team. Looking for skaters who have been part of Theatre for at least two (2) years, are highly self sufficient, able to retain choreography easily, able to work with skaters of different ages and/or abilities, adapt easily, don’t stress easily, “can roll with the punches”. If you want to be considered for this position, please indicate so on this form.

For the upcoming Audition application, please refer to the separate 2019-2020 VIT Registration form, or use the same Audition form found below:

Click here for the tri-fold brochure to share with family and friends. See you at Prince William Ice Center (PWIC)!

VIT Auditions for 2019-2020 Season Announced

Thank you for your interest in auditioning for Virginia Ice Theatre’s 2019-20 season! We are looking forward to another year at our home location at PWIC, and cannot wait to see old friends and new faces.

Auditions are September 22 and 29, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM for Basic Skills to Pre-Preliminary Test and Adult only, and from 6:00 to 8:00 PM for Preliminary and higher Test.

Click here for the tri-fold brochure to share with family and friends. Please check back soon for the upcoming Audition application!