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The Glitter Games

The Glitter Games | Redwood Ice Theatre Company

Pucks & Pirouettes

The Glitter Games | Redwood Ice Theatre Company

Join us Saturday, April 13th at 7:00pm

An Evening of Pucks & Pirouettes!

Professional figure skaters paired with local hockey players compete for a grand prize donation to a local charitable organization of the winner's choice. Featuring guest celebrity judges.

Show Highlights

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The Glitter Games | Redwood Ice Theatre Company

Behind The Scenes

BTS Highlights

The Glitter Games Cast

Pro Skaters

Meet our Professional Figure Skaters

Redwood Ice Theatre Company is home to professional figure skaters and world competitors. RITC's professional skaters show credits included principal roles with Disney On Ice, Holiday On Ice and Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships. RITC world competitors, Kim Navarro & Brent Bommentre have appeared in other renowned skating shows including Stars On Ice, Broadway On Ice and the original Snoopy’s Home Ice shows.


Alexandria Collis

Alexandria Collis grew up in Santa Rosa. She began her skating show career at age 11, performing alongside the World Famous Beagle, Snoopy. As a Professional Figure Skater with Holiday on Ice, she performed in over 200 cities globally. She is a US Figure Skating Double Gold Medalist, and continues to train and perform whenever she can. Today, Alexandria is the Sr. Director of Operations at Princess Polly, one of the fastest-growing fashion brands in the world. She oversees strategy and innovation across Operations, and she is passionate about inspiring leadership and empowering confidence in people. Some of her globally recognized business accomplishments include; 14 International Business Awards in Leadership, a 40 Under 40 Award in E-commerce, and attending her companies IPO at NYSE. Alexandria often draws from her experience as a professional athlete when speaking at national conferences, to coach other leaders in business about passion and purpose, and where it can take you.


Antonia Mitchell

Antonia (Toni) Mitchell grew up skating at Snoopy's Home Ice. She performed with Disney On Ice as a principal skater for over 10 years. She is now pursuing her love of culinary arts. You can find her at Little Saints in Healdsburg CA. If you're very lucky Toni may cook something for you!

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Kim Navarro

Kim Navarro, with partner, Brent Bommentre, is a Two-Time United States Bronze Medalist in Ice Dance and Two-Time World Team Member. Together they were the 2008 Four Continents Championship Bronze Medalist and the 2010 Olympic Winter Games 1st alternates. As a professional skater, Kim has performed with Holiday On Ice, Broadway On Ice, Sun Valley On Ice, the Ice Theatre of New York, the 2014 Olympic Tour of Stars On Ice, and Nancy Kerrigan’s “Halloween On Ice.” He has also performed in the Disson television skating specials “Shall We Dance On Ice” and “Colgate Skating and Gymnastics” as well as the Scott Hamilton C.A.R.E.S Initiative shows An Evening With Scott Hamilton and Friends and Scott Hamilton and Friends On Ice. Kim was featured in an episode of the television show Glee and competed as part of the act “Aerial Ice” on the quarter- finals of NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Last year, Kim earned a Masters of Liberal Arts from Stanford University. She is currently the Skating Director at Snoopy's Home Ice.


Samantha Taylor

Samantha Taylor of Woodstock Ice Productions and Broadway On Ice.


Natalia Zaitsvea

Natalia Zaitseva. Russian master of sport in Pairs, USFS five time gold medalist, toured as a principal skater with Disney on ice for 14 years, also performed with Broadway on Ice, Ice Theatre of New York , Ice dance International, Sun Valley on Ice.

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Bob Goodwin

Bob has been skating for more than 25 years. He competed at Skate Canada Junior Nationals 3 times in the pairs discipline before spending 10+ years as a professional figure skater with Disney on Ice. Off the ice, Bob is a certified personal trainer, with a specialization in instructing exercise to children and adolescents.

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Carmen Maria

Carmen grew up as a competitive figure skater and ballet dancer. She now works as a professional singer and actor in both New York and California. Her body of artistic work includes many leading roles in musicals, short films, commercials, motion capture and professional ice skating shows. Carmen recently appeared as a principal performer on a National Tour of Disney on Ice, where she originate the role of the “Live Host” and was also hired to do voice over work for Feld Entertainment. Some of her favorite roles include: Louise in "Gypsy", Christine Daae in "Phantom of the Opera", Maria in "West Side Story", Fantine in "Les Misérables", Lady of the Lake in "Spamalot", Juliet in "Romeo & Juliet", Viola in "Illyria", Aida in the musical "Aida", and Brooke Windham in "Legally Blonde The Musical". During her competitive ice skating career, Carmen became a US Figure Skating double gold medalist and was the Artistic National winner. She was also the overall winner of many showcase competitions throughout the Bay Area where she received multiple artistic awards including "Most Artistic Freeskate" as a single and similar pair team. In addition to her professional career as a performing artist, Carmen is also the founder & director of several performance / media organizations: Carmen is the founder of the (501c3 non-profit) Redwood Theatre Company & Redwood Ice Theatre, bringing professional productions and ice shows to the wine country of Sonoma County, CA. Carmen is also the co-founder of the FTA Production company, working alongside bold brands and artists to create cutting-edge media content.


Rebecca Erb

Professional Figure Skater

Meet our Hockey Players

Hockey Players

Redwood Ice Theatre Company is thrilled to be partnering with several different local hockey organizations that call Snoopy's Home Ice their home rink. We are skating with representatives from Santa Rosa Growlers Hockey, SRJC Polar Bears Ice Hockey, Vintage Hockey Classic, Snoopy's Skating School and the Adult  Hockey League.


Blake Johnson

Charitable Organization:

Blake has been a part of the Santa Rosa Hockey community for more than 25 years. After aging out of the Santa Rosa Flyers youth hockey program he was a part of the leadership team that revived the Santa Rosa Junior College hockey team in 2009. After “finishing” college, Blake’s hockey career bounced around until 2019 when he helped create the Santa Rosa Growlers, which he is still captain of today. When away from the arena, Blake likes to spend quality time with girlfriend Chelsea, his kitty cat Slim, and watching racecars make left-turns.


Marcos Vazquez

Charitable Organization:

This walking example of road rage has come to glitter it up and chew bubble gum, and he's all out of bubblegum folks. standing at 5 foot nothing and weighing in at a hundred and who cares, he consistently has to be reminded that what skate you put on which foot matters.


Kyle Ferguson

Charitable Organization:

"I grew up playing roller hockey in Pismo Beach area. I played roller hockey, and surfed, for almost 15 years but stopped skating and playing hockey when I started my career. After more than 10 years off, I started playing again but this time on ice. I have been skating on ice for about 3 years now. I am married. I am a proud girl Dad, daughters run my life. I am a beer and whiskey fan. And Zombies Hockey is my life!"


Haruka Tominago

Charitable Organization:

Haruka Takashima (New surname: Tominaga)  is a former member of the Japan women’s national ice hockey team. She is originally from Hokkaido, Japan. Haruka had played in the World Championships and the Winter Olympic Qualification for the Torino and Vancouver Olympics. In that 2006 Torino Olympic qualification, she was the youngest member of the team and won the Most Valuable Player award against the Czech Republic. She also competed in the women's top leagues in Switzerland and Germany after graduating from Waseda University in Japan. After retiring from her competition in 2013, she worked in the Japanese sports society such as the Japan Olympic Committee, the Japan Sports Council and the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. At the same time, she was involved in the Japan women's ice hockey games at the 2014 Sochi and 2018 PyeongChang Olympic games as a studio guest commentator in the Japanese broadcast. Haruka is now enjoying teaching ice skating as a skating instructor at Snoopy's Home Ice. She loves supporting children through ice skating in Japan and the U.S.


Dave Rosefield

Charitable Organization:

Dave "Rosie" Rosefield plays goalie, defensemen, forward, referee, Zamboni driver, skate sharpener, bartender, garbage can liner changer, floor sweeper, Bulldog dad, cigar smoker, and beer drinker... And honestly, he doesn't excel at any one of them. He has spent time playing beer league hockey in California and Arizona and will play any position at any level for any team that invites him, but he's happy to call Snoopy's Home Ice and the Santa Rosa Growlers "Home".


Timotheus Buchter

Charitable Organization:

My name is Timotheus Buchter (Tim or Timo) born and raised in Oakland California. My day job is a Telecommunication Technician (Telecom Tech) I’m the second to youngest of a family of 11. I have 2 dogs-8 year old pit mix, Sargent and 6 year old rot mix, Lexi and love going on hikes with them. My Values: honesty and respect. I get up in the morning with cup of coffee and the drive to want more for the next generation. When I was about 7 or 8, my older brother and friends started playing hockey which trickled down to one sibling at a time, until it was my turn to skate. I had no interest! Even my little sister played at that point. Around the age of 10, my dad asked me why he didn't play hockey and my response was "I don't know". So my dad asked if he would give it a try, I said sure and today, I am the only 1 of 5 who still plays. When I’m is not playing hockey, you can find me at work. A Life goal of mine is to be happy with what I left behind. I will be skating for humane society of Sonoma county.


Bill Brister

Charitable Organization:

Bill has been a hockey fan since the mid ‘90’s. His love of the sport has grown over the decades - his only claim to fame is working for the San Jose Sharks in 2003. He decided to attend a “Learn to play” clinic in 2007 and the rest is history. Bill has played in three states and 4 different teams and is currently playing Defense for the Santa Rosa Zombies!


Arnold Stellema

Charitable Organization:

The worst guy, on the last place team, in the lowest division of beer league hockey... I never in my wildest dreams imagined I would be a hockey player, much less a figure skater! When my 7yr old twins discovered hockey, I took skating lessons with them and wondered why they got to have all the fun. I went to my first stick-time at the age of 55 and just a few weeks later was offered a spot on the Zombies. I wasn't sure why they were asking me, I could barely stickhandle the puck from one end of the rink to the other. I said "YES!", before they could reconsider. That was how I became associated with the finest group of human beings to ever play the game. We may not be on top of the win column, but we lead the league in laughs and camaraderie and take particular pride in being everyone's favorite team to play against! The Zombies do a host of charitable events, from hockey games to movie nights and a holiday toy drive. For a bunch of beer league goofballs, we manage to have a great time and do a whole lot of good along the way. In our first Charity Face Off hockey game the Zombies skated for Food For Thought so it is only fitting that I chose them as the charity I am skating for this evening. The twins are now 12 and playing travel hockey with the top seeded PeeWee team headed into the playoffs. I have a 19yr old son and a wonderful hardworking wife who is patient and kind enough to allow me the life of a rink rat. Snoopy's is my favorite place on Earth and I smile every time I walk through the door. When I got a text from Redwood Ice Theater Company asking if I would be interested in participating in this event, I thought "I wonder if they realize I'm not very good?" I said "YES!", before they could reconsider. I am thrilled and terrified to be taking part in the Glitter Games.


Meet our Guest Celebrity Judges

We are thrilled to present our local celebrity judges for the 3rd annual Glitter Games


Learn more about the rules of the event! 


Meet the Directors

Introducing the Redwood Ice Theatre Company artistic team.

Hockey Alumni

Redwood Ice Theatre Company is deeply grateful for our past Glitter Games hockey competitors.


Daniel Johnson

Daniel Johnson, I was born and raised in Alpine, UT as the youngest of 9 kids. His mom was a professional figure skater so he's always had a passion for skating and hockey. Daniel graduated college from Utah Valley University and took a job working for a famous beagle named Snoopy shortly after. Daniel's hobbies and passions include hockey, basketball, surfing, cooking, art, and most importantly spending time with the amazing people in my life! There is no place he'd rather be right now than skating at the most beautiful ice arena in the world built by the wonderful Joyce Halverson Doty!


Cody Adams

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Josh Kaspar

Josh Kaspar: JKasp, JaKaspy. Never skips leg day or thrifting. Has incredible hands when holding a hickey stick or a sewing machine. Will ask if he can have your leftovers before you even get your meal. Josh plays forward, has played on the Flyers on the JC teams. Josh also plays for the Adult League and is team captain for the Vintage Hockey Classic.


Kevin Rose

Kevin Rose. Sonoma County grown. Has taught at least 3 dogs how to high five. Has an unwavering desire to tell dad jokes at any given moment, whether they're welcomed or not. Probably the 3rd best Zamboni Driver at Snoopy's Home Ice. Very proud of his outside edge skating abilities. A mediocre veteran of Snoopy's Adult Hockey League, he is now a Glitter Games Participation Award hopeful.


Jack Trompeter

Meet Jack Trompeter. Approximately 6 feet tall when jumping. Big fan of Costco’s free samples. Semiprofessional Zamboni driver. Professional bad joke maker. Has exactly 2 and half more teeth than Andrew Olson.


Andrew Olson

Andrew Olson. Currently one of the Zamboni operators. Andrew plays in the Snoopy’s adult hockey league both playing out and as a goalie. Only missing 2 and a half teeth. Professional skate sharpener and owner of the worst smelling hockey gear.


Angus Brodeur

Angus Brodeur. SRJC Ice Hockey Manager/ Player. Record holder for tallest person who can't dunk. Poke check enthusiast. Certified goaltender protector. Gets asked how tall he is and if he plays basketball at least a dozen times a day.


Josh Kaspar

Coach Cory has been instructing skating in NY, NY for the past 20+ years and has recently relocated to the area. He has extensive knowledge and experience coaching all levels of skating and hockey from Learn to Skate/Play through work with professional hockey players. Most recently, he has been a lead instructor with Kurt Nichols Power Skating in the NY/NJ/CT area working with teams and players from the Tri-State area as well as the Dallas Stars Elite Youth Hockey Club. Cory focuses on strengthening the fundamental skills that will lead to the greatest immediate improvement in a player's game then moves on to the fine adjustments that set elite players apart from the pack. Coach Cory is excited to bring his skills to Snoopy's Home Ice!

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