Pics! The Rockettes and Cardinal Dolan Welcome the Camels, Sheep and Donkeys Back to Radio City

News   Pics! The Rockettes and Cardinal Dolan Welcome the Camels, Sheep and Donkeys Back to Radio City
Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the Rockettes welcomed the camels, sheep and donkey back to Radio City Music Hall for their starring role in the “Living Nativity” in the 2015 Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Cardinal Dolan blessed the animals before they enter Radio City for their first day of rehearsals.

Embraced by generations of families, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is an awe-inspiring celebration of the holiday season. The 2015 production features dazzling Rockettes dance numbers, spectacular costumes and state-of-the-art technology. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular continues to be enhanced with fresh and dynamic content while preserving what has made the production a beloved holiday tradition.The Christmas Spectacular recently introduced a new finale number called “Snow,” which features GPS-enabled snowflakes. This was followed with the debut of the re-imagined “Rag Dolls,” a classic dance number that originally debuted in 1940. Santa’s enchanted workshop in the North Pole serves as the backdrop for this high-energy tap routine, featuring the Rockettes as rag dolls. The 2015 Christmas Spectacular will feature both of these performances, which take the Rockettes signature technique and athleticism to greater heights, and will join classic performances, including “Living Nativity,” which takes audiences on an awe-inspiring journey, and “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,” which sets the standard for the Rockettes style of precision dance.

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular will run from November 13, 2015 – January 3, 2016. Tickets are on sale now at or at the Radio City box office.

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