Every time Stars on Ice comes to your town you make sure you’re sitting as close to the ice as possible. You know your nose, toes, and fingers will be cold but you don’t mind. Being so close to the action gives you a chance to see the skaters up close, enables you to hear their skate blades glide across the ice, and allows you to feel the spray of ice when the skaters put on the brakes. Best of all, the chill gives you an excuse to chain-drink hot chocolate.
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What Is Stars On Ice?
Stars on Ice is a figure skating show aimed at adults. There are no skating Disney characters. There are no actors in mascot costumes.
The production employs the best skaters in the world—Olympic gold medalists and world champions. These skaters perform to music. They perform alone, in pairs, and in groups.
Their routines are similar to those you’ll see in the Olympics only they’re more theatrical and without the pressure of having to perform
Stars on Ice tours annually visiting North America and Japan. Occasionally, they’ll tour Brazil, Europe, and Korea.
Stars on Ice celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2016.
According to the production’s web site, Stars on Ice has performed more than 1,500 shows.
Who Stars In Stars On Ice?
Fans with Stars on Ice tickets should expect to see skaters like Ashley Wagner, Gracie Gold, Jeremy Abbott, Meryl Davis, and Charlie White.
Over the years, Stars on Ice has employed some of the greatest figure skaters of all-time including Tara Lipinski, Brian Orser, Denis Petrov, Debi Thomas, Katarina Witt, Jayne Torvill, and Christopher Dean.
American treasure Dorothy Hamill appeared on the 2013 Stars on Ice tour.
Who Owns Stars On Ice?Stars on Ice is owned and produced by IMG. They launched Stars on Ice in 1986. At the time, it was a vehicle for Scott Hamilton, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist.
Hamilton retired from the tour in 2001 but he’s still involved with the production.
Has Stars On Ice Won Any Awards?
Stars on Ice performances have been broadcasted on television. These broadcasts have been so good that they’ve won four Emmys and a Cable Ace award.