Kim Navarro is a Two-Time U.S. Bronze Medalists and Two-Time World Team member. She was a first alternate to the Olympics in 2010 and won the bronze medal at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in 2008.
As a professional skater, Kim has performed in numerous ice shows including Stars On Ice, Holiday On Ice, Broadway On Ice, Sun Valley On Ice, and Nancy Kerrigan's Halloween On Ice. She has performed with the Ice Theatre of New York and is a founding company member of Ice Dance International.
Kim and her partner Brent Bommentre, appeared 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.
Kim has her USFS Gold Medal in Dance, Freestyle, and MIF. She is a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in English and a minor in Dance. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Liberal Arts at Stanford University.
Brent Bommentre, with partner Kim Navarro, 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, Brent 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.
Brent 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.
Brent has his USFS Gold Medal in Dance and MIF. In 2019 he graduated from U.C. Berkeley’s Haas School of Business with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Global Development.
He has been a skating instructor since age 15 and enjoys teaching kids and adults of every level.
AEA Actor | Singer | Dancer | Figure Skater
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, web-series, voice overs, concerts, and professional ice shows.
Carmen performed as a principal skater on a National Tour of Disney on Ice where she debuted the role of the “Live Host”.
Carmen is the Founder Redwood Theatre Company bringing original projects and social justice pieces to the community.
She is also the co-founder for FTA Productions Company & the Director of the FTA Protest Art Series.
Antonia grew up in the Bay Area as a competitive figure skate and ballet dancer.
She has performed as a principal skater with Disney on Ice for over seven years. Her roles include: Moana, Princess Jasmine, Belle, Snow White, Ariel, Anna and Elsa from Frozen, Cinderella, and countless other understudies. Antonia was also the Ladies Line Captain
Antonia danced as a soloist at the Academy of Ballet in San Francisco and Santa Rosa Dance Theatre.
She also studied with the Alonzo King Lines Contemporary Ballet program at Dominican University.
Originally from Canada, Bob grew up as a competitive pair skater.
He has skated as a principal performer with Disney on Ice for over seven years. His roles include Aladdin, Prince Charming, Hans & Kristoff from Frozen, Prince Eric and Prince Philip.
Bob also works as a personal trainer and fitness instructor.
Domina grew up in Sonoma County as a competitive figure skater.
She has performed in several professional ice shows including the Great America Theme Park Ice show and many other Snoopy Ice Shows.
Domina Studied Psychology at San Diego State University and is a trained nurse.