The Rockettes' brand-new Radio City Music Hall extravaganza follows one family’s magical journey in NYC. Written by Tony Award-nominee Douglas Carter Beane and starring Broadway vet Euan Morton. More…
This summer, join the Rockettes for the ultimate NYC adventure in a show that takes an ordinary day and makes it extraordinary as the city springs to life to help bring a family closer together. See the Rockettes in a whole new light, with cutting-edge choreography by Emmy Award-winner Mia Michaels.
See it if you're a fan of the Rockettes and their great dancing; huge sets, backdrops, lighting and effects; a love story to NY; perfect for families
Don't see it if you are jaded and can't get past the silly story to enjoy great musical and dancing numbers paying tribute to the greatest City in the world
See it if You're in the frame of mind to enjoy the wonder of great synchronized Rockettes and technology making the fun NY backdrops come alive
Don't see it if You have zero patience for the lost children storyline. Surprised to see that was Douglas Carter Beane's writing! Still a fun time
See it if Amazing stage craft scenery wise. Great choreography by Mia Michaels. Would have given a higher number rating with no book.
Don't see it if Aren't willing to sit though a stupid story to get to the next great number. They should give up on the story and just do a follies.
See it if you love the Rockettes who shine in the 2nd half. Danny Gardner is a delight. Kacie and Lilla are game. Costumes & set. Big orchestra.
Don't see it if you can't stomach the bad SYTYCD choreography in the 1st half & cheesy script. Policy allows photos during the show. Very little diversity.
See it if Dance #'s have the razzle-dazzle you'd expect but the interwoven "book" is so insipid, dumbed-down & trite, locals feel embarrassed 2B there
Don't see it if You're not a tourist from a non-English-speaking country who's already seen Chicago, Phantom & Les Miz.
See it if you want the razzle-dazzle numbers, see great staging, and of course, the Rockettes.
Don't see it if you are expecting something new or even a substantial storyline.This is a show that showcases the popular tourist sites you can visit in NYC
See it if you like the Rockettes - their talent certainly is amazing. Sets were super impressive.
Don't see it if you are looking for a real B'way experience. This is definitely a "NY thing" but not a big Bway show.
See it if you want to see one of the most visually exciting Rockettes show in years and a gorgeous Valentine to NYC and if first time visitor to NYC!
Don't see it if you're going to be super critical of choreography (other than the perfect kick line, the dancing is lackluster compared to past shows).
See it if You live in NYC, it will make you very proud this is your home. If you don't live here it might make you wish you did. It is Spectacular!
Don't see it if You want a great story line, it's only a vehicle to get you to the next NYC landmark. If you hate Rockettes' dancing and Technical effects.
See it if You're a tourist in NYC, a kid at heart, never seen the Rockettes/Radio City& not jaded. Having said that, visual effects were impressive.
Don't see it if You're a NYer, jaded by everything else available, hate silliness, don't like tourists can't stand crowds
See it if you want to be dazzled by superior stagemanship, enormous cast, gorgeous sets, and crisp dancing.
Don't see it if you cant abide hokey, family fun. Theres nothing new or thought provoking here, just escapist spectacle. (Not a bad thing!)
See it if U love NYC. Want to just escape from the mundane. See great special effects and just not have to think but enjoy. Fun with a cute story
Don't see it if U are a Debbie downer. Are a theatre snob. Can't just enjoy for enjoyment so sake.
See it if you're a tourist who's never seen the Rockettes before. The staging, production, & dancing are outstanding, but the story & acting aren't.
Don't see it if you are easily annoyed by kids and the most obnoxious and rude audience in NYC who think they are part of the show who video the show.
See it if You are from the heartland and this is your first visit to New York.
Don't see it if You want to keep fond memories of the Christmas show in you heart and mind.
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