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When the stock market crashed in 1929, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. held a $91 million, 24-year lease on a piece of midtown Manhattan property properly known as "the speakeasy belt." Plans to gentrify the neighborhood by building a new Metropolitan Opera House on the site were dashed by the failing economy and the business outlook was dim. Nevertheless, Rockefeller made a bold decision that would leave a lasting impact on the city's architectural and cultural landscape. He decided to build an entire complex of buildings on the property-buildings so superior that they would attract commercial tenants even in a depressed city flooded with vacant rental space. The project would express the highest ideals of architecture and design and stand as a symbol of optimism and hope.
The search for a commercial partner led to the Radio Corporation of America, a young company whose NBC radio programs were attracting huge audiences and whose RKO studios were producing and distributing popular motion pictures that offered welcome diversion in hard times. Rockefeller's financial power and RCA's media might were joined by the unusual talents of impresario S.L. "Roxy" Rothafel. Roxy had earned a reputation as a theatrical genius by employing an innovative combination of vaudeville, movies and razzle-dazzle décor to revive struggling theatres across America. Together Rockefeller, RCA and Roxy realized a fantastic dream-a theatre unlike any in the world, and the first completed project within the complex that RCA head David Sarnoff dubbed "Radio City." Radio City Music Hall was to be a palace for the people. A place of beauty offering high-quality entertainment at prices ordinary people could afford. It was intended to entertain and amuse, but also to elevate and inspire.
Christmas: A Holiday Tradition
Every year more than a million visitors make the Radio City Christmas Spectacular part of their holiday festivities. The eight-week show has been a sell-out success since its debut in 1933. It is an enchanting combination of old favorites - including "The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" and "The Living Nativity" - and new delights. This year, in celebration of Radio City's restoration, the show includes new scenes, music, choreography and costumes. Since 1994, The Christmas Spectacular has gone on the road. Now it plays to enthusiastic audiences in Atlanta, Branson, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Nashville and Phoenix.
Most famous for their eye high kicks and precision dancing, the Radio City Rockettes have strutted their way into the hearts of millions and continue to be a beloved family holiday tradition. This spectacular live production has dazzling lights, scenery and costumes as well as a cast and crew of nearly 100 members, including live animals and Santa Claus himself! In addition to "Christmas in New York," a trademark Rockette showstopper, and the tap-infused "Twelve Days of Christmas," this magical production features the legendary favorite "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" and the awe-inspiring "Living Nativity."
Running time: 2 hours inclusive of intermission.