Learn to Skate

Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of our 2017 production! Skaters at all levels are invited to be a part of this fantastic experience! Showtime has been Denver’s premiere local ice show and also one of the top shows in the region since 1973. We have hosted an incredible line-up of professional guest skaters over the years including; Scott Hamilton, Dorothy Hamill, Kristi Yamaguchi, Ryan Bradley, Gracie Gold, Max Aaron, Polina Edmunds and many other National, World, and Olympic skating champions and competitors.

My daughter discovered her passion and love of ice skating which lead to the Learn to Skate Program where the instructor shared the Showtime on Ice opportunity. The experience from beginning to end was exciting and wonderful. My daughter’s ice skating improved, she met new friends and she gained self-confidence. Showtime on Ice has changed my daughter for the best and was such a fun experience for the whole family. ~Katrina Dorow
 
Cast of the 2014 Production - Willy Wonka and Beatles Tribute

Cast of the 2014 Production – Willy Wonka and Beatles Tribute

COST

Skaters who are considered Learn to Skate or Basic Skills can roughly expect the cost to be in the range of $200 – $225. The cost includes instruction, costume, staging fees and ice time for all rehearsals unless noted otherwise when the show is announced

REHEARSALS

Rehearsals will begin April 1, 2017 and run through opening night! Rehearsal times are dependent on your skaters level. The rehearsals usually run for an hour or so on Saturdays and possibly one-week night. The week before the show, we rehearse every night. This is a great opportunity for your skater to build new relationships in the skating community, learn what it takes to be a member in a large-scale production and get some extra skating practice!

SHOW DATES

April 28-30, 2017. We will have four shows, one on Friday evening, two on Saturday and one on Sunday. There are plenty of opportunities for your friends and family to come see you perform! 

Sweet Tarts from the 2014 Production of Willy Wonka.

Sweet Tarts from the 2014 Production of Willy Wonka.

FAQ’s

My Child just started Learn to Skate classes – can he/she still register?YES! Any child that is currently enrolled in Learn to Skate is eligible. 

Does my child have to attend all rehearsals?Given we have a short amount of time to choreograph and rehearse our shows, we encourage that all skaters attend all of their rehearsals. 

Can my child keep their costume?YES! After the show the costume is yours to keep! Many of our skaters have used their costumes again in artistic competitions, as Halloween costumes or in holiday shows. 

Will my child be cast in a part with skaters that are more advanced? I’m afraid they won’t be able to keep up.  – No, your child will be placed in a group with children that are the same skill level and ability. We will say that all of our Learn to Skate cast members greatly improve their skating skills by the end of the show!

Will my child meet new friends, improve their skating and have memories for a lifetime? YES! If you have any more questions please feel free to contact us at showtimeonicecolorado@gmail.com