“Danger! Hot Ice!,” Klamath Ice Sports’ 15th annual figure skating spectacular, will take place on Saturday, January 28, at 7:00 p.m. at the Bill Collier Community Ice Arena, which is located near the entrance to the Running Y Ranch Resort, seven miles northwest of Klamath Falls.
The hour-long skating show will feature both professional and high-level competitive skaters, along with local and regional skaters, and will be directed and choreographed by Erin Reed, a professional figure skater and performer with Sun Valley On Ice and Ice Theatre Of New York.
Tickets to the ice show may be reserved in advance online at www.klamathicesports.org, by telephone at 541-850-5758, or in person at the ice arena. General admission tickets are priced at $12 for persons 13 years of age and older and $10 for youth 6 to 12 years old. Children five years of age and under are admitted free. Reserved seating in the bleachers, which now have overhead heating, is $20 per person.
Limited reserved seating is available in the penalty and hockey boxes for $25 to $30 per person. A new section of individual reserved “on-ice” seating this year, located on flooring along the inside the barrier opposite the hockey boxes, is available at $35 per person.
Reserved “on-ice” seating at tables on flooring at the south end of the ice arena is available at $45 per person. Persons seated at the on-ice tables will have access to a catered warm beverage and gourmet dessert bar.
Featured skaters in Danger! Hot Ice! include Madison Chock and Evan Bates, the 2015 U.S. ice dancing champions, who will be competing in the I.S.U. Grand Prix Finals in mid-December and in the U.S. Nationals in mid-January.
Keegan Messing, a senior men’s competitor from Alaska, who now competes for Canada and who is a local crowd favorite, will return once again to dazzle the crowd with his extraordinary jumps, spins and footwork.
Angela Wang, a U.S. senior ladies competitor who lives and trains in Colorado Springs, will be making her second appearance here in Klamath Falls, as will Philip Warren, a U.S. senior men’s competitor who lives and trains in Los Angeles.
Xinghua Turner, a senior level skater from Anchorage, Alaska, will also be making her second appearance at the annual skating exhibition.
In addition to directing and choreographing the show, Erin Reed will be a featured skater and will participate in the group numbers she has created for the production.
Also appearing in the show will be talented skaters from the region along with be two groups of young figure skaters from our local ice arena, each skating a specially choreographed number. In addition, a group of young hockey players will demonstrate their skating skills in a special hockey drill led by their instructors.
For more information, telephone 541-850-5758, or visit the ice arena’s website at www.klamathicesports.org.