San Francisco Ice Theatre Open Casting

Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center, 750 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA

Nazareth Ice Oasis, 2202 Bridgepointe, San Mateo, CA San Francisco Ice Theatre is a nationally and internationally ranked  Ice Theatre company based in the Bay Area. Founded in 2007, we strive to provide opportunities for our skaters to broaden their skating and performance skills in a collaborative and team environment.
We are seeking skaters for the 2020-2021 season. Please come join us!

Casting Date: October 17, 2020 ~ Make-up & Callback: October 24, 2020

Preliminary and Novice: 3:00-4:00PM ~ Junior: 4:00-5:15PM
Location: Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center, San Francisco, CA
Parent Information Meeting: via Zoom, TBA
Registration Online @ SCSF.org/San-Francisco-Ice-Theatre

SCSF Skaters Open the Season at Skate America

Three SCSF  skaters will open the season at Skate America, Oct. 23-25 in Las Vegas. Sierra Venetta of San Francisco Skating Club is entered in the women’s competition.

Olympian Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto and ice dancer Anthony Ponomarenko of Morgan Hill, with partner Christina Carreira, also are competing in the ISU Grand Prix event.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in strict accordance with the Nevada Gaming Control Board guidelines, there will be no spectators in attendance at 2020 Skate America, set for Oct. 23-25 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.

 

2021 Adult Competition Series

Join Us for the 4th Annual Adult Competition Series! 

 
USFS Adult Competition SeriesHello adult skaters!
 
If you are new to skating, welcome to the adult skating family. We are happy to have you! If you are a returning skater, welcome back!
 
On behalf of the Adult Skating Committee, I would like to invite you to join the Adult Competition Series (ACS). The series is open to adult skaters (ages 18 and up) in the Adult 1 through adult bronze levels. Skaters participating in the ACS accumulate points based upon placement in the free skate/program event that will be used to determine the final series placements within each section. ACS awards are presented each year at the nonqualifying competition held in conjunction with each Adult Sectional Championships.
 
The Adult Competition Series provides a fun, competitive environment for skaters where they can experience the community of adult skating and the lifelong joy of the sport.
 
While only a few competitions are currently approved as part of the 2020-21 ACS, we hope more will come in as rinks reopen and programming restarts.
 
More information about the ACS can be found in the handbook. Here are the most important points:
 
You are only required to compete in the free skate/program event. You may compete in other events (showcase, compulsory, etc.), but they do not count for ACS points.
 
  • Skaters must be 18 years old to participate
  • You must compete in at least two competitions, one of which must be the nonqualifying competition held in conjunction with your Adult Sectional Championships:
  • Eastern Adult Sectional Championships – March 5-7, 2021 – Panthers FSC (Coral Springs, Florida)
  • Midwestern Adult Sectional Championships – March 12-14, 2021 – Fort Wayne ISC (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
  • Pacific Coast Adult Sectional Championships – March 5-7, 2021 – Vegas Golden Knights Center of Excellence (Las Vegas)
  • Only the top three scores from competitions will count toward the final point totals
  • Registration closes Dec. 31, 2020. Invite your friends to join us!

2021 U.S. Qualifying Season Update

The 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series presented by Toyota, is a series of eight competitions that will take place over a four-week period beginning Nov. 10, 2020. The Championship Series has been created to replace the traditional U.S. Qualifying Season competitions (Challenges and Finals) for the 2020-21 figure skating season due to the impact of COVID-19. The Championship Series format, which has been approved by the U.S. Figure Skating Board of Directors, was conceived as a result of athlete, coach, and parent/guardian or chaperone feedback, as well as input from the U.S. Figure Skating Competitions Committee and discipline skating committees.