ICE THEATRE OF NEW YORK WITH WORLD-CLASS SKATERS, RYAN BRADLEY, KIM NAVARRO AND BRENT BOMMENTRE; NORTHWEST REGIONALS COMPETITION NEXT WEEK
-Friday, October 3, 2014-
Wenatchee, WA –The Ice Theatre of New York will bring world-class ice skaters Ryan Bradley, Kim Navarro and Brent Bommentre as part of the cast in the ICE DANCE 2014 show held on Friday, October 3 at 8:00 .p.m. at the Town Toyota Center.
The show will feature new works by ballet great Edward Villela, modern dance choreographer Jacqulyn Buglisi and include repertory by Emmy Award winner Charles “Chucky” Kalpow and artistic director Douglas Webster. Also part of the all-star cast is former Wenatchee Figure Skating Club (WFSC) member, Ty Cockrum. Cockrum is a tenure veteran with the Ice Theatre of New York. He trained in Wenatchee until he was 14 before moving to the Seattle area.
ICE DANCE show will be in conjunction with the 2015 Pacific Northwest Regional Figure Skating Championships which runs October 2-October 8th on both sheets of ice in the Town Toyota Center complex. More than 300 ice skaters will vie for medals. “The regional competition is where I started and I want to wish all the skaters luck in pursuing something that I love and have done my whole life,” Cockrum said in recent interview.
The show was scheduled due to the timing of the regional competition. “I am proud and honored that we are hosting the Northwest Regionals in Wenatchee,” Town Toyota Center Director Louise Kapeikis said. “The high caliber of skating to our area will inspire local skaters to strive for their greater heights in the sport. The Northwest skating community has shown overwhelming support for hosting this headlining event in a premier facility”.
The Northwest Regional Championship is open to the public. Tickets for the ICE DANCE show on Friday start at only $10. There are $5 discounts for senior citizens and children under twelve as well as groups of ten or more receive $10 off price levels $25 and $35. ICE DANCE will be a spectacular display of some of the best skating in the world.
For more information, call 509.667.7847 or visit www.TownToyotaCenter.com