Richard's experience in the ice show industry stems 25 years as a principal soloist and choreographer, working with companies such as "The Ice Capades", "Holiday On Ice", "Torvill and Dean", "The Next Ice Age", "Willie Bietak Productions", "Feld Entertainment," "Deplidge International", "Blackpool WWP" and numerous small stage ice production companies.
Self producing “Skating Moods” in Myrtle Beach, SC for Fanatasy Harbour was the realization of a long sought dream bringing to life a theatrical figure skating performance.
The performance and direction of “Country on the Rocks” for Hard Rock Theme Park and Freestyle Music Park won The International Big E IAAPA Award in 2008 for Best Show in its category.
Richard was the producer/director for "Cirque on Ice” opening in Singapore in 2009, co- director for Sea World Parks Christmas Ice Shows, and producer of "Christmas on Ice " at the Palace Theater in Myrtle Beach, SC in 2010 which ran for 2 years.
Ice Maxx Productions corporate and city events roster in association with Charleston SC, Houston, Texas and Cadillac, Locarno, Switzerland, and Chiasso, Switzerland.
Jennifer has worked along side the most influential producers, performers, and choreographers in the ice show industry for the last 25 years. She performed with "Holiday on Ice" for seven years as the lead soloist. She was also the lead female "Pearl" in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Starlight Express”. Another major role and testament to her success as one of the most in demand lead female skaters of her generation was when Jennifer played the role of “Sandy” in Feld Entertainment’s Production of “Grease” and when she performed live with singer / songwriter Leo Sayer in Brighton,England.
Jennifer has been featured in many television specials for "Holiday on Ice."
Jennifer’s production credits are in association with the Government of Singapore, Disneyland Paris, and Europa Park, Germany. The cities of Chiasso and Locarno Switzerland, The Palace Theater in association with Spirit Productions, Marques Productions, Poet Productions, and now Ice Maxx Productions.
Her extensive background and knowledge are utilized to cast, direct, and choreograph a beautiful product on ice.
Hervé Moreau’s musical career runs over two decades and in two continents. After 14 years spent on European stages as the singer/keyboardist/songwriter of the French band Bilbok Barzoi, Moreau moved to the United States where he teaches music technology. Moreau has recorded and produced many artists, created and coordinated the annual music festival "PineWoodstock" in Summerville, SC, as well as the annual songwriting contest at Pinewood.
As a sound engineer, Moreau worked on PPS' versions of the musicals "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee", "Little Shop of Horrors", “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”, and "The Wedding Singer".
In his spare time, Moreau is also the songwriter, singer, guitarist, and producer of Fusion Band and the pianist in the jazz duo "La Vie en Rose."
Scenic credits include Projections for choreographer Yin Mei's "City of Paper" in Budapest, "Triple Crossing by Robbie Kinter, "Viva Verdi" with the Lyric Opera, "Funny House of a Negro" directed by Ida Onyedike, and "Dong Dong -Touching the Moons" by composer Jin Hi Kim at the Kennedy Center, "Shadow Play", and lastly, "The Who's Tommy" at Theatre VCU.
Set Design credits include "Well" at the Barksdale Theatre, "Julius Caesar", "Beauty Queen of Leenane", "The Importance of
Being Ernest", and "Death and the Maiden".
Carmen Maria Solomon
Since 1996 Maria has worked as a freelance costume designer for theatre, shows, dance, and other special events. She is involved in all aspects from design to project realisation and supervision.
She has more than 25 years of experience working in the entertainment and costume industry.
Carmen has designed costumes for films suck as "Hook", "Far and Away", "Young Indiana Jones", "House of Elliot", etc...
She also designed for multiple ballet pieces such as "Ballet of the Opera" and "Queensland Ballet."
David is an Entertainment Lighting Designer/Technical Director with more than 25 years experience.
He started his career in 1984 with "Ice Capades" as touring technical support. In 1987 to pursue opportunities as a Lighting Director in Las Vegas, David honed his skills working in prestigious venues such as the Hard Rock Hotel, Resort Casino, Mandalay Bay Resort Casino, and Other venues in Las Vegas.
Since then, his wide range of experience in the Industry has taken him domestically across the USA and around the World working with various types of production shows, globally renowned producers, and entertainers.