Theatre On Ice of Boston
ACT I of Boston - Senior Team
ACT I of Boston, The Skating Club of Boston’s Senior Theatre On Ice team, is the 2014 U.S. Figure Skating National Champion and has been the gateway for numerous skaters who have gone on to tour with professional ice shows such as Disney on Ice, Holiday on Ice, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Founded in 2001, with a mission to foster a creative outlet for figure skaters that wish to collaborate across disciplines, ACT I of Boston has gone on to win national and international titles. With the 2014 gold medal, the team adds to the first gold medal win at the 2005 International Theatre On Ice Competition in Burlington, Vermont, and a silver medal win at the 2012 National Theatre On Ice Competition in Strongsville, Ohio.
ACT I is directed and coached by Ice Chips Show Director and former Disney On Ice Professional, Timothy LeBlanc, and assisted by 2013 & 2014 U.S. Pairs Champion and Olympic Bronze medalist, Marissa Castelli. In addition to Timothy and Marissa, the team benefits from the expertise of professional choreographers such as Kate McSwain, who has choreographed pieces for Ice Theatre of New York in New York City, and Ice Semble in Chicago.
ACT I of Boston competes three to four times a year in U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned regional, national and international Theatre On Ice competitions. The team has also been invited to perform in numerous skating shows including Harvard University’s An Evening with Champions.
If you are interested in joining this exciting creative outlet for figure skaters, ACT I of Boston casts skaters ages 15 years or older, juvenile level or above. To learn more about Act I of Boston, please visit our official website. To schedule a casting session, or if you have any further questions, please contact email@example.com.
Imagica of Boston - Adult Team
Imagica of Boston, The Skating Club of Boston’s Adult Theatre on Ice team, is open to skaters ages 18 years or older, of all abilities (pre-bronze/pre-preliminary through senior, free skate or ice dance). Directed by Tasney Mazzarino, Imagica of Boston is the 2013 world champion, having won the gold medal at the 2013 Nations Cup in Logrono, Spain, 2014 U.S. Figure Skating national bronze medalist, and five-time National Champion, winning 3 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze.
Imagica’s season is ongoing from September through June, with competitions and show performances throughout the winter and spring. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encore of Boston - Novice Team
Encore of Boston, The Skating Club of Boston’s Open Team, is open to skaters ages 17 years or under. Skaters must pass the pre-preliminary moves in the field test. Encore of Boston is coached by Pippa Teague, and the season is ongoing from September through July, with competitions and show performances throughout the winter, spring and summer. Encore’s most recent accomplishments include the pewter medal at the 2013 National Championship in Troy, Ohio and a gold and silver medal at 2013 State Games of America.
Encore is welcoming new skaters for the upcoming season. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Center Stage of Boston - Preliminary Team
Center Stage of Boston is The Skating Club of Boston’s Preliminary Team. Coached by Becky Stump, Center Stage is open to skaters age 18 years or under who have mastered the skills of Free Skate 1 in the Basic Skills program but may not have passed the preliminary moves in the field test. Center Stage’s season is ongoing from September through June, with competitions and show performances throughout the winter and spring. Center Stage most recently participated earned two gold medals at State Games of America. To learn more about Center Stage of Boston, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.