Capital Theatre On Ice (CTOI) is a US Figure Skating Theatre On Ice team representing the Washington Figure Skating Club. The CTOI program was started in Summer 2013 at the Ashburn Ice House by Coach Kitty Kelly McGorry.
We currently have skaters at the Learn to Skate USA (Beginner), Preliminary, Intermediate, Novice, Senior, and Adult levels. We also have our CTOI Performance Team: a troupe performing a full show and at different events and venues throughout the DC area.
During our 2022-2023 season we took home the Silver medal at the Preliminary level, and the Bronze medal at the Senior level.
In addition to competing at Nationals and in local competitions, we have performed in holiday events and special ice shows around DC area to support organizations such as the American Cancer Society, mental health, and the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Theatre On Ice (TOI) is a form of figure skating combining the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theatre and dance. Known as “Ballet on Ice” in Europe, TOI teams consist of eight to 24 skaters on the ice telling a story together. TOI brings skaters together giving athletes the chance to be a part of a team, travel locally and internationally and make new friends.
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Professional figure skating, ice dance, freestyle, theatre on ice choreography, acting, and strength coaches collaborate together to present the highest quality shows and competitive teams.
Manager & TOI Coach
Performance teams bring together skaters of every skill level for an hour-long performance. Shows are great introductions to new skaters to TOI without the cost or time commitment of a competitive team.
Our next show will be in May with skills classes in January and practices beginning in February.
Take part in team shows to tell a complete story in two acts and multiple scenes. Incredible team experience through a complete production. This is like taking part in a full-length drama musical.
All ages and all levels allowed. No moves in the field tests needed. We put on shows for all levels in May and August.
Join a team of expert skaters working together to tell two separate stories, a Choreographic Exercise and a Freeskate, competing with other teams at local, national, and international competitions.
Auditions take place in August & September. Skaters must have passed at least one moves in the field or dance test and be of a certain age depending on the competitive team level.
Not sure if we are a good match for you or whether you want to compete or perform? Get in touch and we’ll talk through all the options and what our skaters and parents have done in the past.