Skating Champions Yuna Kim and Michelle Kwan Star in All That Skate LA
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The last date listed for All That Skate LA was Sunday October 3, 2010 / 3:00pm.
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the seats were too high up!!! suites are not good for iceskating performances! the best place to sit is at the bottom- Lodge seating.
we had to move down to lodge seats the second half of show. those seats were not sold out! Goldstar should have received lower seating tickets considering so many of those seats were available.
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Incredible show, but the tickets were not nearly as good as expected. They were the furthest section back from the stage and the highest up of all the suite sections. The top 300 section and 200 section below us didn't even have anyone seated in...continued
All That Skate LA_ is an all-new skating spectacular never-before-seen or performed in the United States. Its sister show, 2010 All That Skate Summer_ recently played to sold-out audiences in Korea. Now making its American debut in Los Angeles, 2010 All That Skate LA will mark the first performance by Yuna Kim in the United States since stunning the world with her gold-medal victory at the Vancouver Olympics. This very special event also stars Michelle Kwan, the most decorated skater in U.S. history, who will be performing for an American audience for the first time in over four years. An amazing cast of U.S. World and Olympic Champions will join Yuna and Michelle, including one of the greatest pair teams to ever perform, Olympic Champions Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo of China, and Olympic Dance Champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada. This will be the first time that the Olympic Champions in ladies, pairs and dance will perform together since leaving the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
Cast for 2010 All That Skate LA
Reigning Olympic Champion and 2009 World Champion
Yuna Kim (Korea)
Five-Time World Champion and Nine-Time U.S. Champion
Michelle Kwan (USA)
2010 Olympic Pair Champions
Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo (China)
2010 Olympic Dance Champions
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (Canada)
Two-Time World Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist
Stephane Lambiel (Switzerland)
Two-Time World Champions and Olympic Bronze Medalists
Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy (Germany)
Olympic Silver Medalists and Four-Time World Medalists
Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto (USA)
Two-Time World Silver Medalist and Four Continents Champion
Patrick Chan (Canada)
Three-Time U.S. Champion and World Bronze Medalist
Johnny Weir (USA)
Two-Time U.S. Bronze Medalist and NHK Trophy Bronze Medalist
Ashley Wagner (USA)
Cast members may be subject to change due to injury or other unforeseen circumstances.**