Saving Radio City Music Hall Plays Tomorrow Night

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In this one-night-only engagement, the dancer who saved Radio City tells her tale.
Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall Photo by Ben Pesner

In 1978, Radio City Music Hall was set to close. Rosemary Novellino-Mearns was a member of the Ballet Company and dance captain at Radio City at the time. At the time of the closing announcement, Novellino-Mearns assembled and led the committee to save Radio City and won.

Novellino-Mearns published her account of the tumultuous time in the New York arts scene in Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer’s True Story. The account details how Radio City went from a site marked for demolition to a National Historic Landmark.

On October 6, Novellino-Mearns will tell her story live at the Episcopal Actors Guild in New York City.

For tickets and additional information, visit ActorsGuild.org.

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