Ice Show


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Ice Show

 

a theatrical presentation consisting of ballet, circus, and variety routines performed on an ice rink in a stadium or circus arena. The best-known professional groups that present ice shows are the Viennese Eis Revue (Austria), Holiday on Ice (USA), the Prague Variety Figure Skating Ensemble (Czechoslovak Socialist Republic), and Ballet on Ice and Circus on Ice (USSR).

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