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Harmony Theater Company — adult champions

skate to grab the gold medal. Te team created a complex Aztec tribe universe that lent itself to a unique program and storyline.

All ensemble members were utilized

effectively, showcasing stunning costumes and sound skating skills. Te team also won the award for Best Costume and Makeup. Houston Starz Teatre on Ice, the defending champion, collected the silver medal. Te team performed a riveting program that featured a big screen in the background that displayed powerful hu- man emotions. Space Coast Hurricanes, performing last in the 13-team field, took the audi- ence on a stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, complete with appearanc- es from legends such as Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. Te Hurricanes, who won bronze, garnered the special award for Best Origi- nal Teme/Storyline. Harmony Ice Teatre Company re-

ceived the award for Best Adaptation of a Known Work with its Newsies perfor- mance.

NOVICE Harmony Teatre Company brought

the Addams Family to life. Its gold medal performance was complete with elaborate costumes, creative dance steps and com- plex footwork sections that showcased its theatrical and skating skills. Bravo of the Essex SC of NJ skated a

well-choreographed and creative free skate to a Snow Queen theme to claim the silver medal. Sound skating, beautiful costumes and scenery helped to elevate the team to the podium. Creative use of props and dolls that came to life helped the Los Angeles Ice Teatre rally from fifth after the choreo- graphic exercise to win the bronze medal.

ADULT Quality skating, humor and inno-

vative programs dominated the division. Performing last, Harmony Teatre Com- pany clinched the gold medal with its

free skate to Young Frankenstein. Detailed costumes, imaginative choreography and intricate footwork helped to lift the team to victory. Defending champion Space Coast

Frozen Hurricanes of Rockledge, Fla., en- tertained the audience with a fun program depicting the London Summer Olympic Games, complete with bicyclists, swim- mers, runners, weightlifters and gymnasts. Tey carted home the silver medal. Angels in Training nabbed the bronze

medal. Skaters from the Skating Club of Boston’s Imagica Teatre on Ice team comprised the group.


Harmony Teatre Company repeat- ed as champions, sewing up the title with its free skate to Beauty and the Beast. Broadway Bound of the Colonial

FSC rallied from fourth place after the choreographic exercise to repeat as silver medalists. Te team’s free skate brought the Peanuts gang to life, complete with all the characters including Snoopy, Linus and Charlie Brown. Chicagoland Ice Teatre of the Wag-

on Wheel FSC won the bronze medal. It mesmerized the crowd by bringing to life zombies who demonstrated a fun side in creative costuming and makeup.

OPEN Ocean State Ice Teatre of the Paw-

tucket & Providence FSC of Pawtucket, R.I., repeated as champions, performing a creatively choreographed free skate to the Wizard of Oz. Classic scenery and images from the movie complimented the pro- gram.

Te Yarmouth Ice Stars of the

Yarmouth Ice Club took the audience through the ups and downs of a Broadway audition, complete a chorus kick line. It emerged with the silver medal. Te Coyotes Ice Ensemble of the

Coyotes SC of Arizona rocked the build- ing, displaying good choreography in their Rock of Ages performance that earned them the bronze medal.

San Francisco Ice Theatre — junior champions SKATING 19 Harmony Theater Company — novice champions Ocean State Ice Theatre — open champions

Harmony Theater Company — preliminary champions


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