About Beau Ideal Founder Roselle Doyle


Montreal native, Roselle Doyle is a world-renowned professional figure skater and choreographer who has performed in and choreographed numerous prestigious productions alongside some of the greats of figure skating, including  Elvis Stojko, Kurt Browning, Brian Orser, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, Joannie Rochette, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Jeffrey Buttle and more.


As an accomplished and much sought after choreographer and producer, Roselle has worked on both ice and the stage productions such as the Busch Gardens Williamsburg Christmas show, ’Twas that Night’ (alongside Emmy award winning director Sandra Bezic and Tony award winning lighting designer Ken Billington), and the very successful summer skating and acrobatic show at the Ricoh Centre, Toronto, for the Canadian National Exhibition, which boasted star skaters like, Olympic gold Medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Olympic Bronze medalist Joannie Rochette and two-time Olympic silver medalist Elvis Stojko - both shows produced by International Snowlfiers Inc.


Roselle has created several show programs for World and Olympic champions Brian Orser and Elvis Stojko and numerous others including U.S. National Bronze Medalist, Dan Hollander, Canadian National Champion, Alaine Chartrand, 2-time World Champion Eric Radford, and Canadian National champion Dylan Moscovitch.


Additionally, Roselle is concentrating her efforts with her own company, Beau Idéal - aiming to produce very unique and exciting live shows both on ice and on the theatrical stage.  In 2012 and 2013, she produced and choreographed her own innovative inline skating stage show, ‘Land of the Eternals’ a show which led to one of the story characters hosting its own set of children’s story books.




Producing Experience:


2016: Producer for short film - Just a Beer, starring Sean Cullen.

2013 -  'Land of the Eternals' stage show with skating and dancing, featuring two-time Olympic silver medalist Elvis Stojko, Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

2012 - 'Land of the Eternals' stage show with skating and dancing, featuring two-time Olympic silver medalist Elvis Stojko, Burlington Performing Arts Centre, Burlington, ON, Canada

 

Directing & Choreography Experience:


2015-2017: Choreographer for 'Twas that Night' Christmas show at Busch Gardens, VA, USA., Directed by Sandra Bezic, Produced by International Snowfliers Inc.

2017 - Choreographer for Canadian National Exhibition Skating and Acrobatic Show starring Elvis Stojko, Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto.  Produced by International Snowfliers Inc.

2016 -  Choreographer for Canadian National Exhibition Skating and Acrobatic Show starring Joannie Rochette, Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto, produced by International Snowfliers Inc.

 
2016 - Choreographer for short film: Beginning's End, Gr8Art Films

 
2015 -  Director and Choreographer for the CNE Toronto Skating and Acrobatic show, 'Bon Voyage', featuring Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto,  Produced by International Snowfliers Inc.

 
2013 -  Artistic Director and Choreographer for 'Land of the Eternals', stage show with skating and dancing, featuring two-time Olympic silver medalist Elvis Stojko, Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada, produced by Beau Ideal Productions

 
2012 -  Artistic Director and Choreographer for 'Land of the Eternals', stage show with skating and dancing, featuring two-time Olympic silver medalist Elvis Stojko, Burlington Performing Arts Centre, Burlington, ON, Canada, Produced by Beau Ideal Productions


2012 - Artistic Director and Choreographer for Toronto Canadian National Exhibition Skating and Acrobatic show, featuring Olympis Gold Medalists Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir, Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto, Produced by International Snowfliers Inc.


2012 to present: Choreographer for Beau Ideal Ensemble (a company of professional skaters with the goal of sharing art through movement).


2011 to Present: Choreographer for regional, national and world level competitors and professional show skaters.
 

2006-2010: choreography for Elvis Stojko's professional routines (9 in total for Canadian Stars on Ice tour, Kurt Browning's Gotta Skate V,  NBC Live skating shows, 'Ice Wars' pro-competition Spotlight Productions Germany Winter Tours and Rock The Ice, Canada.)


2004-2007: full time choreographer at the Toronto Cricket Club for National/World level competitive skaters.


2004-2006 - Choreography for Brian Orser's professional routines (6 in total 'Night and Day' -Michael Bolton show; 'You're Beautiful', Stars on Ice Korea; 'Sing A Song' - Earth, Wind, and Fire Tribute on Ice, NBC live show;  'Believe' - Tribute to the Movies on Ice;  'Cantico' - Andrea Bocelli Tribute on Ice, NBC live show;  'Mi Mancherai' - Kurt Browning's 'Gotta Skate IV'.

 

Performing Experience:

 
2016: Dancer and Skater in short film Beginning's End, produced by Gr8Art Films.


2014: Principal soloist, 'Blades on Stage',  Princess of Wales theatre, Toronto, Canada,  Mirvish productions.


2013 - Principal soloist and adagio skater - played character 'Soolis' in 'Land of the Eternals' a Beau Idéal Live Stage production, featuring skating and dancing. Toronto, Canada

 
2012 -  Principal soloist - played character 'Soolis' in 'Land of the Eternals' a Beau Idéal Live Stage production, featuring skating and dancing. Toronto, Canada


2009-2012: principal soloist in 'ROCK THE ICE I, II & III' - with Elvis Stojko, Joannie Rochette, Kurt Browning, Jeffrey Buttle, Emanuel Sandhu, Jamie Sale and David Pelletier, Peterborough, ON, Canada.  Produced by Spotlight Productions


2009: principal soloist, 'ROMANCE' - 12 performances held inside Prince Regent Theatre. Principal soloist to live Phillarmonic Orchestra performance of Bach's 'Concerto No. 5 in F minor'  and live performance of 'Listen' by Elissa Huber.  Munich, Germany Produced by Spotlight Productions.

 
2003 - 'BLUE ICE' Le Cabaret D'hiver: One month show as principal skater with "Cirque Du Miroir", held inside the "Casino du Lac Leamy" Theatre, Quebec, Canada.  Produced by Cirque du Miroir

 
2002 - 'Royal Carribbean International', Adventure of the Seas, principal soloist. Willy Bietak Productions

 
2001 -'Ice Capades' principal soloist, USA  -  Garden Ent.

 
1999 - Principal role of ice skater Kristina Diaz in film 'Sometimes a Hero' written by Glen Gregory Doyle, Victoria, B.C., Canada - produced by FilmOne




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