2021/2022 Theatre on Ice Team
We are proud to introduce the club’s inaugural Theatre On Ice team logo. We are incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication that everyone has put into making this a success. Stay tuned for further updates!
What is 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 theatre and dance.
- Teams consist of 8-30 skaters.
- The programs are judged by US Figure Skating judges and are evaluated using a Component Judging System (CJS) that rewards originality, costuming, artistry and musicality.
- Theatre on Ice consists of two programs:
- Free Skate
- Choreographic Exercise (CE)
Why Theatre On Ice?
Theatre On Ice is one of the fastest growing disciplines of skating, increasing 35% in the past three years!
Nearly 100 TOI teams were registered for the 2019-2020 season, and over 1300 skaters competed at the 2019 National Theatre On Ice Competition. With competition across 8 levels, including Adult, Open, and Special Olympics, there’s a level for your skaters, regardless of their test or skill level.
Please click here to access an introductory presentation on TBSC's inaugural Theatre On Ice team.
The deadline for registration and commitment has passed for this season’s team. However, we do hope that anyone who may be interested in joining next season will continue following this page for more details.
Future Commitment Form details will be circulated closer to next season’s open call.
*Minimum requirement for participation is passing USFS level pre-preliminary moves in the field.
2022 National Theatre on Ice Competition
Date: June 20 – 25, 2022
Place: INTRUST Bank Arena | Wichita, KS
Website: TOI Competition – Wichita
Theatre On Ice teams in the United States can compete at the National Theatre On Ice competition every year. As a nonqualifying event, this is an opportunity to engage with other skaters, hone your skills and deepen your experience in the world of competitive figure skating.