From Batman to Cruella de Vil, nearly 40 skaters channeled their most beloved heroes and villains to present a two-hour show-stopping performance of spins, jumps, and pinwheels to mark the Kahnawake Figure Skating Club’s 22nd annual Show on Ice (Photos: Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door)
Junior private skater Alexandria Norton impersonated the 101 Dalmatians’ hound-hating villain Cruella de Vil for her solo performance.
Jacob Paul and the rest of the Canskate-1 group showed off what they learned throughout the year to “I’ll Make a Man out of You,” from Disney’s Mulan.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy was just one of the superhero films that the Canskate-2 drew inspiration from.
Jillian Diabo and the rest of the senior private skaters brought the audience to Mount Olympus with their group performance to music from Disney’s Hercules.
Alexandria Norton, Darcee Montour and the rest of the Kahnawake Figure Skating Club’s program assistants flew across the ice on skates, broomsticks, and vacuums to emulate the Sanderson Sisters from Hocus Pocus.
Bella Deer and Olivia Paul were among the Canskate-2 group to perform “I need a Hero” from Shrek II.
The Incredibles movie was the source of inspiration for Konwana’ke:ren Diabo’s solo performance
Sunshine Stacey twirled and shined across the ice as Captain America for her solo performance to music from Marvel’s the Avengers.
Bond girls Jasmin Teiakoniatarose Delaronde (left) and Watewennenhawihtha Goodleaf (right) also had solo performances during the show.