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Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes
It’s never too early to start planning your holiday traditions. Every Christmas, sure as the tinkling Salvation Army bells and the red-and-green wreaths of department stores, the Rockettes dilate New York City’s pupils with the precision kicklines and luminous costumes of the Christmas Spectacular—yet they somehow keep finding ways to top the year before.
The 2018 Yuletide cavalcade is getting a major tech upgrade with its latest interactive scene staged by Tony-nominated director Sam Buntrock. In the new finale, the Rockettes will turn their attention to the origin story of the North Star and its significance to traditional Christmas lights. The new number incorporates 100 small flying drones, live aerialists, and an interactive animated display on one of the largest 8K LED screens in the world. For millions of fans, though, the Christmas Spectacular’s annual setpieces are as much a holiday tradition as leaving cookies for Santa.
Audiences can expect to see many of the classics: the thrilling tap dance of “12 Days of Christmas”; the dancers as reindeer, guiding the famous sleigh; and the clockwork-precise “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,” as the Rockettes cascade back and forth like human dominoes while wearing Vincente Minnelli’s classic 1933 costumes. The Christmas Spectacular will also feature the classic Living Nativity tableau, which fills the entire theater with a digitally mapped projection of Bethlehem beneath an ocean of stars. And the evening wouldn’t be complete without Santa himself, as 3-D animated backdrops set the jolly old fellow loose in the skies above New York.
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