You can purchase Carl Moseley’s account of his fascinating adventures as a member of the staff and cast of “Holiday On Ice” during the 1960s! Carl was Assistant Company Manager to Tom Collins, and he also performed in the show.
In Memoriam: Carl L. Moseley September 30, 1934 – August 24, 2017 It is with heavy hearts that we report the sad news that our video archivist, Carl Moseley, has passed. Carl was a devoted skating fan and a wonderful
Did you land a backflip on ice skates? This crowd-pleasing skill has been around since the 1950s, but very few have mastered it, yet alone performed it in a show. Send us a photo, along with your best recollection of
What if your husband threw you a surprise birthday party with its own ice skating palace, fleece vest scarfs and gloves for every guest, an ice show, a performance by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and a performance by a
As Craig said in his recent story, we are so fortunate as professional skaters to be able to do what we do and not only get paid and travel all over the world but really put ourselves in a position
Nestled in the picturesque Bavarian Alps of Germany was a small but important nightclub called the Casa Carioca. It was located at the U.S. Army base in Garmisch-Partenkirchen where the military forces would go for vacation and take their leaves.
WHO KNEW? …that on a Sunday in the fall of 1969 a skating open house at the Michael Kirby Skating School River Forest IL, would change my life. One Sunday afternoon in 1969, my mom took my sister Barbara and
Video link below of Sonja Henie with her partner Harrison Thompson in the Sonja Henie Hollywood Ice Revue of 1941. Harrison soon joined the military in WWII, and Eugene Turner became her new partner. Submitted by Carl Moseley Sonja
The FOX television show, “Skating With Celebrities,” was one of the most rewarding and pleasurable experiences in my career. As one of the coach/choreographers (shared with Michael Seibert and Renee Roca), I was working with Dave Coullier (with Nancy Kerrigan)
Peter Tyrrell was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1896. After spending some time as a publicist for a boxing promoter, Tyrrell became a boxing matchmaker with the Philadelphia Arena, then that city’s largest public entertainment facility. (The Philadelphia Arena was