Showtime on Ice 2022
Bringing back Showtime on Ice after a 2-year break at a new facility was a massive challenge and we did it! We could not have done it without our extremely supportive skating community.
Thank you to all our Showtime Skaters, Parents, Volunteers, Sub-Committee Coordinators, Coaches, Choreographers, Junior Choreographers, Music Coordinator and Assistant, Lighting Director, Spotlight Volunteers, Synchro teams, Theater teams, Denver Colorado Figure Skating Club, and South Suburban Staff and Management.
Special thanks to our fabulous Performance Directors, Amy Schneider and Jamie Lane-Youtsey, for their incredible creative vision in putting together our 50th Anniversary Show as well as our Announcer, Paula Ashen, for returning as the voice of Showtime on Ice.
A HUGE Thank you to our incredible Guest Skaters, Camden Pulkinen, Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson, as well as our fabulous Emcee Ryan Bradley!
We are enormously grateful to our official Showtime Sponsors: the Denver Broncos, Advoda Technology Solutions, Greer Law, Ascent Financial Advisors, Stinkin’ Good, and Fitness Lab.
We also want to acknowledge an extremely generous grant from the Richard Reed Foundation to purchase our beautiful new on-ice flooring!
The 2022 Showtime on Ice Committee
Looking forward to our 2023 Show already!!!
2022 Guest Skaters
Camden is the 2022 Winter Olympic Games Alternate and most recently, he placed 5th at the 2022 US Championships. He is the 2018 US Junior Champion, 2017 US JGP Final Silver Medalist and is a 6-time International medalist. Along with this, he is pursuing a degree in
Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson – U.S. Pair Team
Jessica and Brian are three-time U.S. Silver Medalists in Pairs (2020-22), 2022 Olympic Team Alternates, 2021 Warsaw Cup Silver Medalists, 2020 Skate America Silver Medalists, and they also placed 4th at the Four Continents Championship in 2020.
Ryan Bradley – Emcee
Showtime on Ice fan-favorite Ryan Bradley had returned for his 7th show as a guest skater and the show’s Emcee. Although Ryan officially retired from competitive skating in May 2011, he gives back to the sport he so dearly loves. He has spent recent years serving as a figure skating commentator, clinic director, touring performer, and coach.