STARS ON ICE | Wednesday, May 4 at 7 p.m. | Place Bell, Laval


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See also performances by the members of the 2022 Canadian Olympic
figure skating team!

In addition to Olympic athletes, Stars on Ice provides fans with a unique theatrical platform to view excellence in figure skating. One of the audience-pleasing aspects of the show is the presentation of group numbers where the entire cast skates together to the beat of a musical medley. Note that this year’s finale will be a medley of Elton John’s hits with stunning costumes representing 25 different looks of the artist over the years.

The show features four group numbers and World Champion and three-time Canadian Champion Jeffrey Buttle choreographed each of these numbers.

The show’s finale, a medley of songs by Elton John, features the entire cast dressed in a stunning collection of costumes inspired by iconic looks from Sir Elton’s career. All of the costumes for this group number were created by Canadian designer and Montreal native Mathieu Caron.

Following the exciting National Figure Skating Championships and Winter Olympics, Stars on Ice has announced the final cast for its 2022 Canadian Tour.

After missing two seasons due to the pandemic, the Stars on Ice tour will finally present a figure skating spectacle across Canada. The 2022 Stars on Ice Tour will feature many athletes who have won national titles and represented Canada at the Beijing Winter Olympics. Reigning Canadian Dance Champions Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier are part of a list that also includes reigning Canadian Tag Team Champions Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro, as well as reigning Canadian Champion Keegan Messing.

The 2022 Stars on Ice Tour can also count on the presence of two of Canada’s most iconic skaters: four-time world champion and four-time Canadian champion Kurt Browning; and two-time Olympic silver medalist, three-time world champion and seven-time Canadian champion Elvis Stojko.

The 2022 tour will also include: Olympic gold, silver and bronze medalist, 2018 world champion and three-time Canadian champion Kaetlyn Osmond; Olympic bronze medalist, world champion and three-time Canadian champion Jeffrey Buttle; social media sensational Canadian junior champion Elladj Baldé; three-time Canadian Dance Champions, three-time World Medalists and 2018 Olympians Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje; two-time world medalist and four-time Japanese champion Satoko Miyahara; and two-time U.S. champion Alissa Czisny.

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