A celebrated world-class precision dance company that exemplifies talent, athleticism, teamwork and self-confidence. Captivating New York City and beyond through the Christmas Spectacular and the New York Spectacular, the Rockettes prove that if you dream big together, you achieve together. When this sisterhood comes together as a team, magic happens.
The Rockettes were known as the “Missouri Rockets” when the troupe began in St. Louis in 1925.
The girls use large feathers to showcase their beauty at the Gay Nineties show in 1939.
The Rockettes practice the Corps de Ballet on the roof of Radio City Music Hall in 1939.
The Rockettes salute the men in the armed service in this naval-themed costume from 1940.
As a group, the Rockettes, lead by Russell Markert practice each new routine daily in the huge dance studio in 1956.
Art is the theme of this 1961 show called “Colorama.” The Rockettes dressed at paint pallets, splattering the stage in color.
Rockettes wearing Frank Spencer’s red gangster costume in the 1968 show, “Hooray for Hollywood”!
Rockettes wearing the “Elves and Belles” costume as part of the Nativity Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall in 1974.
It’s never too cold outside to do a kickline on the streets for the people of New York!
The “Happy Feet” costume was designed by Eduardo Sicangco in 1990 and is still a popular costume today.
This cute “Hunny Bunny” costume was designed by Gregg Barnes in 1996.
Erte was the mastermind behind this iconic “Silver Feather Finale” costume. He designed it in 1990.
The Rockettes pose in a pyramid formation in their “Shine” costume designed by Frank Krenz.
Gregg Barnes designed this “Mirror” costume in 2003 which makes the girls shine like stars!
Alejo Vietti’s “Little Black Dress” is introduced for the Christmas season.
Our opening number of the New York Spring Spectacular in 2015.
Classic “New York, New York” Rockettes number on the Radio City Music Hall stage.
Our “Wooden Soldiers” number has been a part of the Christmas Spectacular since 1933.
There’s nothing like “New York at Christmas.”
We love the “12 Days of Christmas” number!
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