Now that Kate’s involvement with Nationals’ opening ceremonies is over, she has officially moved to Boston and begun working with skaters at the Skating Club of Boston (SCOB) in preparation for the Ice Chips show planned for April 5 & 6 as she will be co-choreographing all group numbers for the show.
Now entering its second century, Ice Chips is the oldest continuing figure skating carnival in the world.
Kate is also choreographing for Act I, SCOB’s Senior Theatre on Ice team. Act I has been the gateway for numerous skaters who have gone on to tour with professional ice shows. Founded in 2001, with a mission to foster a creative outlet for figure skaters that wish to collaborate across disciplines, ACT I of Boston has won several national and international titles.
Kate is excited about her move to Beantown, and thrilled and honored to be working with these elite skaters at SCOB.