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Theatre on Ice

2024 Winter Session Practice Schedule

Practice Schedule 
8:00 - 8:50 AM

Sat Jan 06, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Jan 13, 2024 No Class 
Sat Jan 20, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Jan 27, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Feb 03, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Feb 10, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Feb 17, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Feb 24, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Mar 02, 2024 Stadium 
Sat Mar 09, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Mar 16, 2024  Stadium 
Sat Mar 23, 2024  Olympic

Winter Semester Fee: $308*
Walk-on fee & Pro-Rating Class not available.

* Does not include additional fees for props, costumes, competition entry

Theatre on Ice

Theatre On Ice (TOI) is a form of competitive figure skating that is popular in Europe, where it is known as Ballet on Ice. It combines the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance. Teams consist of between eight and 30 skaters. Solo skating is discouraged, but is permitted in limited amounts if it enhances the overall telling of the program’s story. Skaters, both competitive and noncompetitive, can learn and grow on a theater team. Best of all, a team can draw club skaters together and increase club spirit.

Benefits to the Skater:

  • Gives the skater more confidence when performing at competitions and shows by bringing an emotional spirit into their skating 
  • Provides skaters a chance to develop the dramatic side of their skating 
  • Offers skaters the opportunity to be part of a team while continuing to use their technical skills 
  • Provides the skater with a chance to make new friends 
  • Performances in the RMU Holiday Skating Spectacular, PPG Light Up Night, Schenley Park Ice Show, South Park Ice show and more! 


To participate in the Theatre on Ice Program:
• Skaters must be ages 4 – 18
• Passed Basic 6 or higher
• Be enrolled in the Figure Skating Development program
and/or be receiving weekly private lessons while
participating in the Theatre on Ice Program
• Have their own skates.

Additional Fees & Information

• Costume fees are additional and vary upon the skater’s performance role on the team. Costumes and roles will be discussed during the first practice.
• Skaters will be required to join Learn to Skate USA /US FS Skating Club. Memberships are required to participate in some of the shows and events that TOI will participate in. Membership information will be provided as needed. (Learn to Skate USA and Skating Club memberships are not included in the class fees.)
• There is no sibling or family discount.
• TOI fees cannot be pro-rated.

$40 per skater will be collected for the team slush fund- this is used to pay for props and Coaches Grace's coaching competition fees. The slush fund will not be prorated for missing events. Cash will be collected the 1st week of practice by Coach Grace/ Team Manager Patti McGee. Any leftover money in the fund will be redistributed back for each skater. 

For More information contact Beth Sutton @ 412.397.4469 or

Competition Schedule

Kent State Skills Competition @ The Pond Ice Rink & Sports Complex Chagrin, Ohio, March 1 - 3*,
*Competition day/date will not be determined until the competition schedule is published.

Shamrock Skate @ RMU ISC, Sunday, March 24

Please Note: Each competition will incur entry fees for team registration. These fees will be confirmed by Grace and will be paid through DASH when available.

Additional performance details, costumes will be discussed at rehearsal.