Probably, most of the children by now know at least the chorus of a famous song “Let It Go.” And most of the people on the planet have seen or at least heard of the movie “Frozen.” There is no better story than the one of Anna and Elsa that can be recreated by skaters on ice and presented just weeks before Christmas. This year Disney on Ice presents Frozen and it’s coming to the TaxSlayer Center in Moline from November 29 to December 2, 2018.
Frozen is an Academy Award winning story of two sisters. It is a heartwarming story of sisterly love filled with magic. Surely, everyone will be delighted to see the happy summer loving snowman Olaf and spent some time in the company of Kristoff and his reindeer Sven. And of course, no one can stay quiet when Elsa starts singing, “Let It Go.”
In order to bring this beautiful story to life many skaters spent long hours working perfecting their performances. Charlene Ramelet, one of the ensemble skaters who fills various roles and skates in the musical scenes, is originally from Riorges, France. She started skating when she was 5 years old. She fell in love with this sport after watching international competitions on TV.
This skater has participated 11 times at the French Nationals. She also participated at the International Cup in Nice, France and she also won a silver medal at the French Nationals in 2005.
Ms. Ramelet loves skating and even if life on the road might be difficult at times, she continues because this job gives her a chance to travel the world while doing the job she really loves to do.
“The best is to travel the world by doing what I love as a job, meeting new people all around and discover different cultures,” Ms. Ramelet describes her experiences as traveling performer with Disney on Ice. “I don’t see any negative part of being on the road, I just miss my family and friends from home, but this is my choice to be a professional figure skater and I accept the fact to be far away from home.”
Ms. Ramelet also explained that she loves to perform in front of the audience. The happy faces of people who enjoy her performance is the best thank you any skater can get.
“Skating is my passion, so performing my passion for an audience is so enjoyable,” Charlene Ramelet said.
Disney on Ice Frozen at the TaxSlayer Center, 7 performances from November 29 to December 2, 2018. The tickets are on sale now. Opening night tickets are only $17. Tickets are available at TaxSlayer Center Box office or online at ticketmaster.com. For more information about this event visit TaxSlayer Center website http://www.taxslayercenter.com