2019 LTS Registration Form – After Auditions 2019 Showtime On Ice - LTS After Auditions Step 1 of 8 - Casting Criteria/Eligibility 0% All skaters must register to be cast for 2019 Showtime On Ice. A $135 Non-Refundable Registration Deposit is required upon completion of this form. At the end of the registration form, you will be asked for payment. Payment is through a PayPal cart. You can use a Visa, MasterCard or PayPal account to pay. Each skater must have their own registration. Go through the same online registration process for each skater in the family.Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are requiredPlease read the following documents prior to registering for Showtime on Ice. Click Here for a copy of the 2019 Casting Criteria. Click Here for a copy of the 2019 Showtime on Ice Registration Guide.*We (skater and parent) have read and understand the guidelines outlined in both the Casting Criteria and Registration Guide. Casting Criteria - Yes Registration Guide - Yes Skater Name*(PLEASE enter name EXACTLY how you would like to see it listed on the cast list, program and t-shirts.) For example, if your child's name is Alexandra but she goes by Alex, and wants Alex in the program and on the t-shirt, please enter Alex. First Last Skater's EmailNote: Email will be added to our communication database to receive SOI emails and blasts. Leave blank and skip if your skater does not have an email. Parent Name* First Last Parent Relationship*MotherFatherGrandparentAunt/UncleOtherParent Email*Note: This should be your main email. We send all SOI information through email. Your email address will not be shared. Parent Cell Phone*We will only call in case of an emergency regarding your skater. Your phone number will not be shared. Home Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific State ZIP Code Skater Date of Birth* Skater's Age*Age as of today's dateSkater's Gender*(Necessary for casting and costume ordering)FemaleMaleSchool Name*Please include elementary, middle or high school in your answer.School District*Adams CountyAuroraCherry CreekDenverDouglas CountyEnglewoodJefferson CountyLittletonSheridanOtherHigh School Graduation Year*Are you a member of Denver Synchronicity?*YesNoPlease list which team you are on.*Are you a member of Theatre on Ice?*YesNoPlease list which team you are on.* Club Affiliation*NOTE: By Friday, November 2, 2018 ALL skaters must be one of the following: Full member of either host club Associate member of either host club Must meet criteria as listed in Casting CriteriaParticipating in SSPRD Learn-To-Skate classes. Click Here for Casting CriteriaCSC: Home ClubCSC: Associate MemberDFSC: Home ClubDFSC: Associate MemberNone: Learn-To-Skate skater at SSIANone: Learn-To-Skate skater at FSCPrimary Skating Rink*South SuburbanFamily Sports CenterThe EdgeBig BearOtherSkater's Primary Coach*If in Learn to Skate group classes, enter this name or N/A if unknown. The levels are listed below as well as the elements your skater should know if they are in that level. Pre-Alpha: forward swizzles, backward swizzles, one-foot glide Alpha: forward cross-overs, stroking Beta/Gamma: backward cross-overs, T-stop, three turns Delta/FS 1: forward/backward edges, waltz jump, half-flip jump FS 2/3: Salchow jump, toe loop jump, one foot spin FS 4/5: loop jump, sit spin, forward outside/inside eights Current Learn to Skate Level*If you do not know the current level, please reference the skills breakdown above and mark the level as best you can!Tot 1-4Pre 1 / Level 1 (Pre-Alpha)Pre 2 & 3 / Level 2 & 3 (Alpha)Pre 4 / Level 4 (Beta, Gamma)Level 5 & 6 (Delta, FS 1)Freestyle 2 & 3Freestyle 4 & 5How long has your child been in lessons?*Just startedOne monthThree monthsSix months or longerHow many days a week does your child skate?*Once a weekTwo days or moreOnce a month Approximate total costs are listed below. Keep in mind a deposit is taken with this registration and applied towards the total cost. - Participation in one half of show with group part: $210 * I am LEARN TO SKATE or BASIC SKILLS and I wish to participate in ONE half of the show. Volunteer Policy*Showtime on Ice is a non-profit event, co-produced by Colorado Skating Club and Denver Figure Skating Club. The show is organized by six dedicated and appointed volunteer committee chairs representing these two clubs. The event is run almost entirely by volunteers. The 2019 production marks the 47th production of Showtime on Ice. Training is given for every task and participation from every family is expected. Without the help and dedication of volunteer families, there would be no Showtime on Ice! Volunteering for the show is fun and rewarding! 1. Each family will be expected to give four hours of volunteer service to the show. 2. High school students may receive volunteer credit towards their graduation requirement by assisting with the show. 3. Whether this is your first year or your tenth, ALL families are expected to volunteer. We will give suggestions and much help to our first time families. Everyone is valued and appreciated! 4. Showtime on Ice appoints a Volunteer Coordinator(s). Their sole task is to help each family find a good fit based on time and talent. This person will be readily accessible to answer questions and help. Please treat our knowledgeable coordinator with the utmost respect. This is a monumental job! 5. All SafeSport policies apply to each and every show volunteer. Please show respect for all show policies and leaders. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE VOLUNTEER POLICY Yes No SafeSport and Code of Conduct*(I) SafeSport The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) created the SafeSport program to help raise awareness about misconduct in sport, to promote open dialog and to provide training and resources. 1. As a USFS sanctioned event, we use SafeSport protocol to guide our decision making and policies concerning skaters, parents, volunteers, changing rooms, cell phones and other mobile recording devices, disputes, behavior and even skater check-in/check-out procedures during dress rehearsals and performances. 2. US Figure Skating will not tolerate or condone any form of harassment or abuse of any of its members including athletes, coaches, parents, volunteers and other persons while participating in any event conducted under the auspices of US Figure Skating. 3. Showtime on Ice is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for members’ physical, emotional and social development and ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct. 4. Showtime on Ice expects that skaters, parents/guardians/volunteers, directors, show committee members, coaches, and all involved with the 2019 production comply with this protocol. II. Code of Conduct Skaters and parents/guardians must recognize that participation in all the activities associated with U.S. Figure Skating and Showtime on Ice is an honor and privilege that carries certain responsibilities. They must agree to fully abide by the rules and guidelines set forth by U.S. Figure Skating and Showtime on Ice or its properly designated agents. Behavior and Respect 1. At all times, a Showtime on Ice skaters and parents/guardians are expected to show respect for himself/herself, other skaters, show directors, show choreographers, show junior choreographers, staff coaches, Showtime on Ice Committee members, show volunteer leaders and rink management personnel. 2. Complete cooperation and appropriate behavior is expected during all rehearsals and performances. This includes: - Compliance of all rules and SafeSport guidelines posted in locker rooms. - Compliance of all backstage rules including, but not limited to: no jumping, spinning or practicing backstage during rehearsals or performances, misuse or mishandling of props during rehearsals or backstage during performances. - Skaters and parents/guardians are expected to abide by all club, rink and USFS SafeSport policies during all Showtime on Ice activities - auditions, practices, rehearsals, etc. For specific club policies, please see Code of Conduct/SafeSport protocol from DFSC or CSC as well as US Figure Skating. Safety on and off the ice is a major concern. Skaters are expected (no exceptions) to follow cues and their set choreography. At various times, there may be many small groups and soloists on the ice. The timing of this detailed choreography is carefully designed with safety and show appeal in mind. It is imperative that skaters pay attention to activity going on all around them during rehearsals and performances. Non-compliance will not be tolerated. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE SAFE SPORT AND CODE OF CONDUCT POLICIES Yes No Social Media Code of Conduct*We understand that all of our skaters are connected on social media and we encourage this camaraderie at the rink. However, we will not tolerate mis-use of social media of any kind. This includes and is not limited to: 1. Mocking, derogatory, mean-spirited and/or bullying posts of any kind that reference Showtime on Ice, it's cast, choreographers, directors, volunteers and any other person or entity involved with the show. 2.Posted photos that are taken in locker rooms* or any other area of the rink that is deemed off-limits per SafeSport. *NEW THIS YEAR Phones will not be allowed in the locker rooms during performances. Each skater will check their phone in with the room parent or will place their phone in designated phone holders We ask that all skaters adhere to these policies and use social media to spread excitement about the show and post fun and positive photos of their fellow cast members. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE SOCIAL MEDIA CODE OF CONDUCT POLICIES Yes No ZERO Tolerance PolicyIn order to foster a safe environment for everyone involved with Showtime on Ice we will be enforcing a strict zero tolerance policy that will include but is not limited to; bullying, physical/sexual misconduct, disrespectful behavior, gossip/rumors and failure to follow required SafeSport and posted Code of Conduct rules and guidelines. This policy extends to skaters, parents and all others involved with the production side of our show. Showtime on Ice operates on these principles: 1. Respect – Showtime on Ice is a privilege for all skaters to participate in. With over 150 skaters in each production it is expected that each skater will respect each other, all directors, choreographers, junior choreographers, committee members, volunteers, rink staff and any other person associated with the show. 2. Effort – It is expected that all participants of the show be committed to rehearsals, choreography and costume care. Hard work pays off and our end result is always a shining example of the effort our skaters give throughout the process. 3. Attitude– What makes a great show? Great attitudes! Showtime on Ice is a fun and exciting event for all and great attitudes make a great show. Please come to auditions/rehearsals/show performances with the understanding that each skater cast in the show contributes to the story. Come to rehearsals and performances with smiles, a willingness to help each other at every level and to work cohesively as a team. Showtime on Ice reserves the right to immediately dismiss any skater, parent, volunteer, coach, choreographer and/or any other person(s) involved with Showtime on Ice that violates posted SafeSport, Code of Conduct and/or Zero Tolerance policies. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY. YES NO Rehearsals and Attendance Expectations*Rehearsals begin March 30, 2019 and run right up to opening night! Rehearsal times are dependent on your skater’s level. The rehearsals usually run for an hour or so on Saturdays or Sundays and possibly one-week night. The week before the show, we rehearse every night. We suggest setting aside the weeks of April through the actual show to plan for rehearsals. 1. Rehearsals will start and end on time. Skaters are expected to be prompt. Arriving early is highly recommended. 2. Gum, candy, food and cell phones are not allowed on the ice or at the barriers during rehearsals. 3. Skaters must be respectful during rehearsals. Excessive talking or fooling around will not be tolerated and will be subject to disciplinary action. 4. Skaters must wear their hair secured back and off the face. If a skater is wearing hair down due to a character interpretation (designated by costume committee), the skater is expected to rehearse with the same performance hairstyle. This applies to wigs as well. 5. Everyone will treat the props carefully and follow all directions and rules stated by the Prop Manager. 6. Skaters must perform the elements choreographed in their number including all jumps at every rehearsal, unless instructed otherwise. If the skater falls consistently on a particular jump during rehearsals, the skater will be instructed to replace it with a jump that can be consistently landed. 7. Rehearsal attire will consist of skating clothes, not jeans. 8. There may be time spent standing around and waiting during a rehearsal. Skaters are expected to dress warm and always pay attention to coaches and choreography/activity going on around you. Safety is of the utmost concern. 9. Skaters are expected to know the rehearsal schedule well in advance and make arrangements to attend rehearsals. Repeated missed attendance will not be allowed. 10. Only skaters cast in the show may be on the ice during and around rehearsal times unless given permission by a director or show committee member. Disregard of the Code of Conduct may result in the skater being asked to observe rehearsal from a hockey box or some other appropriate sanction. This will be left to the discretion of the directors/choreographers and/or Showtime on Ice committee members. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE REHEARSAL AND ATTENDANCE EXPECTATIONS Yes No *Will you be participating in another sport (besides skating) or school activity in April that will cause you to miss a rehearsal? Yes No Please list activity here* Registration Waiver I*As parent, I hereby give permission for my child entered in this registration to participate in the 2018 Showtime On Ice production held at South Suburban Ice Arena. I hereby consent to the photographing, recording, or videotapes/audio tapes, and I further authorize Showtime On Ice, Colorado Skating Club, Denver Figure Skating Club and its agents or assigns to make unlimited use of such reproductions including but not limited to, broadcasting to the public, the reproduction over radio/television stations, and the selling of the video/audio tapes, and that neither I, nor my child, will receive financial compensation. . WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO REGISTRATION WAIVER I. YES NO Registration Waiver II*I agree to release and hold harmless Showtime On Ice, Colorado Skating Club, Denver Figure Skating Club and South Suburban Ice Arena and all their employees and their agents and any other entity who is involved with the sponsorship and support of Showtime On Ice for all injuries, damages, and activities. The right is reserved to dismiss the participant for failure to abide by the terms and conditions set by the Show Committee. WE (skater and parent) HAVE READ AND AGREE TO REGISTRATION WAIVER II. Yes No Registration Fees2019 SOI Registration Fee*This is a NON-REFUNDABLE deposit. Price: $135.00 Additional FeesThose skaters who wish to participate in additional numbers in the show will have to pay additional fees. ALL skaters that wish to participate in the Father/Daughter number will be paying these fees IN ADDITION TO the registration fee. Father/Daughter Number - A $10 fee will be required to cover choreographer fees and rental skates. All father's participating in the father/daughter number must have basic skating skills. We will have information on classes and private coaching for dad's looking to brush up on their skating skills. Father Daughter Number Father Name (used for the show program) First Last Total 2019 Registration Fees $0.00 Click SUBMIT (below) to be taken to the PayPal payment page. Payment can be made with Visa, Mastercard or Paypal account. By February 15, 2018 we will send an invoice for the remaining balance. This amount needs to be paid before the first day of rehearsals and must be paid to receive your costume(s).