World-famous high-kicking dance troupe executes holiday spectacular with new story & technological twists such as 3-D animation
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Known for their geometric dancing, luminous costumes, and high-kicking chorus lines that comb the sky with pointed toes, The Rockettes have boosted American spirits and dilated American pupils for nearly 80 years. In this year’s edition of the cherished Christmas spectacular, the dancers grace Radio City’s famed stage to delight families and Busby Berkeley’s ghost with familiar favorites and electrifying new tricks. Using a mixture of live performers and 3-D graphics, the show depicts a humbug monarch who hides away all of Santa’s toys in his gloomy castle. The Rockettes must then plunge into the digital wonderland, creating a storm of choreographed karate kicks and snowflakes shaped like ninja stars as they try to save Christmas. Throughout the brand-new, adventurous tale, the performers also execute famed show-stopping numbers such as “Parade of Wooden Soldiers” and the moving “Living Nativity.”
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