Virginia Ice Theatre will be participating at the Cardinal Classic on April 7-8 at the Prince William Ice Center in Woodbridge, VA.
The Theatre on Ice CE competitions will start at 1pm on Saturday, April 7. The Free Skate competitions will start at 11:40am on Sunday, April 8. New this year at Cardinal Classic is the Theatre on Ice “Most Entertaining” Trophy. We invite all family members to come watch the competitors and cheer them on.
Virginia Ice Theatre is thrilled to take part in #GivingTuesday this year. Your donations on this day (and all others) make a huge impact on our skaters and their families.
Our teams are in full practice mode, with footwork and choreography starting to come together into recognizable routines. In addition to supporting our 3 teams with rental of ice time, competition fees, costumes and prop expenses, we’ve formed a new team this season comprised of skaters with intellectual and physical disabilities – a Special Olympic/Therapeutic skating team. Our goal is to bring the love, spirit and benefits of Theatre on Ice skating to this unique group of skaters.
Every gift counts. Every dollar counts. Many, many thanks for your generosity and support for the skaters of Virginia Ice Theatre.
Although open registration has deadline has passed, the club will continue to accept late registrations on a rolling basis until December 2017. Please contact the club for further details (see contact page).
All three of our theatre teams competed from June 21-25 at the 10th Annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in Evansville, Indiana, and had their best year yet!
The Intermediate team, who also made up the majority of the Worlds team earlier this year, took #1 position in both the short and long programs and are the Gold medalists/National Champions of the Intermediate category.
The Preliminary team took the Silver medal – 2nd place – in the Preliminary category. They also won the all-competition award for Best Original Theme/Storyline.
The event closed with the Senior team skating a beautifully flawless and moving long program about Vincent Van Gogh, placing 5th.
Congratulations to the coaching staff for their vision and to all the skaters and parents. Olga says “it truly takes a village”, and it does!