The Rockettes are an American precision dance company. Founded in in St. Until , they also had a touring company. The Rockettes were originally inspired by the Tiller Girls , a precision dance company of the United Kingdom established by John Tiller in the s. Tiller sent the first troupe of Tiller Girls to perform in the United States in , and eventually there were three lines of them working on Broadway.
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Hello - I'm looking for some advice on whether we should go and see the Radio City Spectacular on our Christmas trip - or a Broadway show. We would love to do both but budget is tight and I imagine neither comes cheap! Also does anyone know how far in advance we would have to book Radio City if we do that? When do tickets go on sale? YOu can get discount Broadway tickets, if you are flexible in your choices, via www.
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Indeed, two of the production's most iconic scenes - "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" and "The Living Nativity" - which delighted audiences back in are still perfectly intact in the version seen by theatregoers today. The latter scene also incorporates live animals onstage, including sheep, donkeys, and even camels. Their precision technique requires nothing short of perfection and their glittering costumes dazzle just as much as their smiles.