Theatre on Ice National Summer Series (May – August)
In lieu of a National Theatre On Ice competition this year, teams will have the opportunity to compete in a summer series of nonqualifying TOI events across the country. Teams participating in the series only need to compete once but may compete in all; their highest CJS scores for CE and FS will be incorporated into national rankings, and medals will be awarded to the top placing teams at each level for both the Choreographic Exercise and Free Skate. Each team that participates will receive a gift for each athlete that participates. The Series will run from May 14 – August 29, and final placements will be announced in a virtual closing ceremony. As part of the closing ceremonies, teams can submit video postcards of their team for inclusion in the presentation.
The following competitions have been confirmed as part of the National Summer Series:
- Birmingham, Alabama, 6/28 to 6/30
- Brighton, Michigan, 7/16 to 7/18
- TBD, August
Virtual Theatre On Ice Challenge (mid-summer)
In addition to the National Summer Series, there will be a standalone virtual event offered this summer to provide teams another opportunity to participate. Additional details on the Virtual Theatre On Ice Challenge will be forthcoming later this spring.
Nations’ Cup & Adult Gold Cup Selection Competition
Teams will be selected for the 2022 Nations’ Cup and Adult Gold Cup at a qualifying competition to be held over the Martin Luther King weekend, January 15-17, 2022. This event will be open to any Novice, Junior, Senior, and Adult teams who would like to be qualify for the 2022 Nations’ Cup & Adult Gold Cup events. Placements in the TOI National Summer Series will not be a factor in selections. Guidelines for this event as well as location will be decided by the end of summer.
The Choreographic Exercise axes change beginning August 30, 2021 and will be used for the Selection Competition, 2022 Nations’ Cup, Adult Gold Cup and the 2022 National Theatre On Ice Competition.
National Theater On Ice 2022
Visit Wichita, in conjunction with the Wichita Figure Skating Club, will host the 2022 National Theatre On Ice competition June 22 – 25, 2022.
There are several virtual events and seminars in the works for this summer and early fall.
Additional details on all these opportunities will be forthcoming.
USFSA TOI 2021 Season Update
Virginia Ice Theatre is holding an Open House at PWIC on Saturday, 3/13 with the following schedule:
- Skaters 11 years old and under
- Skaters 12 years old and over (including adults)
Skaters please bring your skates, gloves and mask. Volunteers are always welcome! Check out our latest YouTube video! Questions? Please contact Coach Olga directly at email@example.com.
Thank you for attending the joint National Blades and Virginia Ice Theatre Exhibition on 2/14 at the Prince William Ice Center in Woodbridge, VA (see Exhibition flyer here).
Dear Virginia Ice Theater team and family,
The 2020-2021 VITOF Handbook is now available under the Members Only / Documents web page. Please see Coach Olga or any of the VIT board members or team management for access.
We, at Virginia Ice Theatre, understand some parents and skaters reluctance to join a “team” sport in these uncertain times. We would like to assure everyone that we will be as COVID safe as possible, to include social distancing, wearing a mask on the ice, and wearing gloves.
We have also eliminated the audition fee for ALL potential team members. We would like for anyone who is unsure of our commitment to safety, to come out Oct 11th, 18th, and 25th at your appropriate time and see how we will run the teams. Of course, if you see something that we could do better, please let us know, so we can continue to improve. As part of our audition process, we ask that you have an updated USFS membership with SCNV and register (click here) BEFORE arriving at Prince William Ice Center (PWIC).
Meanwhile, please carefully read the following information before filling out the registration form.
Open Auditions are October 11th, 18th and 25th, 2020 with the following timetable each Sunday (note: MITF is USFS Moves In The Field rating):
- Skaters 9 years old and under, with up to Pre-Preliminary MITF level
- 5:15 to 5:30 PM: Check-in
- 5:30 to 6:15 PM: Off-Ice meeting (outside weather permitting)
- 6:30 to 7:30 PM: Team audition
- Skaters 10 years old and under 18 years old, with Pre-Preliminary up to Pre-Juvenile MITF level
- 6:15 to 6:30 PM: Check-in
- 6:30 to 7:15 PM: Off-Ice meeting (outside weather permitting)
- 7:30 to 8:30 PM: Team audition
- Skaters over 18 years old, with Juvenile MITF level or higher
- 7:15 to 7:30 PM: Check-in
- 7:30 to 8:15 PM: Off-Ice meeting (outside weather permitting)
- 8:30 to 9:30 PM: Team audition
Please note that auditions for Special Olympic skaters are planned for January of 2021, with open ice time to occur before then. Questions? Please contact Coach Olga directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PWIC requires daily temperature checks and contact tracing/medical survey. For the upcoming Audition application, please refer to the separate: 2020-2021 VIT Registration form (click here).