Figure Skating Videos
Ice Theatre of New York - Value Pack
2009 Benefit Gala, 2010 Home Season, & 25th Anniversary Gala
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ITNY - 2009 Benefit Gala honoring Paul Wylie
ITNY - 2010 Home Season with special guest Johnny Weir
ITNY – 25th Anniversary Benefit Gala honoring Dorothy Hamill
with special appearances by Sarah Hughes and Johnny Weir.
in 1984 by Moira North, Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY) has changed the face of
figure skating by creating works that integrate the sensibilities of
contemporary dance, music and art. Through its performances in both traditional
and alternative venues, ITNY presents on-ice dances that challenge the
perceptions and conventional definitions of figure skating.
ITNY was the first ice dance company to receive dance
program funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State
Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. In
addition to building and performing works of artistic merit, ITNY also reaches
out to the next generation of skaters and audiences through its exemplary
education, community outreach and training programs.
that ITNY is in its 25th Anniversary Season, we celebrate a quarter decade of
innovative performances and enriching outreach programs. Over the years, Ice
Theatre has presented a host of free public performances at The Rink at
Rockefeller Plaza, The Pond at Bryant Park, and at The World Ice Arena in
Queens. We have had the opportunity to perform inter-nationally as well, most
recently in the French Alps in the towns of Courchevel and Grenoble. In FY10 we
expanded our outreach program, the New Works and Young Artist Series, to serve
children in Queens, in addition to the original series at Riverbank State Park
in Manhattan. In FY11 we plan to add programming in Battery Park
City, Manhattan. This program now provides free performances and skating
instruction to more than 3,000 public school students each year.
you for supporting Ice Theatre of New York. Your patronage gives us the ability
to work toward our mission, and we are honored to have you commemorate our
“Since its establishment in 1984, the Ice Theatre of New
York has combined the best of ice skating, dance and theater to create cutting
edge performances that represent the very best New York’s creative community has
to offer.” — Mayor Michael
ITNY also receives funding from the Carnegie
Corporation, the Lisa McGraw Figure Skating Foundation, the Will Sears Fund, and
its generous private patrons.