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Radio City 75th CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Original Poster 2' x 3' MINT 2007
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Radio City 75th CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Original Poster 2' x 3' MINT 2007
Radio City 75th CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Original Poster 2' x 3' MINT 2007

Radio City 75th CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Original Poster 2' x 3' MINT 2007

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Radio City Music Hall CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Original Show Poster 2' x 3' Rare 2007 Mint NEW Condition. This Original Poster measures : 2' foot wide by 3' foot high. Large Color Poster for the 75th Annual New York City 2007 Production of Radio City Music Hall's * Christmas Spectacular * in Rockefeller Center. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is an annual holiday show that is held at New York City's Radio City Music Hall. The show is held during the Christmas season. It is seen by more than a million visitors a year. The show uses over 140 performers, lavish costumes and an original musical score. It presents a combination of special effects, music and dance during various acts. Much of the dancing is done by the dance group known as the Rockettes. The show runs for six weeks from November 9 to December 30 and has, over the many years since it was first presented, become an annual tradition in New York at Christmas time.The Christmas show has grown and changed over the years. It began in 1933 as a show between movie screenings. This was just one year after the opening of the music hall in 1932. The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers and the living Nativity were the show's only acts back then. Both scenes were developed and choreographed by the Rockettes' founder Russell Markert. In the early years of the play, the acts were directed by him as well. He is very creative , putting in a 3-D scene in with Santa riding all the way to Radio City on his sleigh, while throwing presents into the crowd. It was in 1979 that the Christmas show was expanded to a full ninety minutes to accommodate a number of additional acts. The tradition of the play being a show between movie screenings was dropped. Other acts have been added to the show since. Technology that did not exist in 1933 has also expanded it's pomp and glamor. Modern machinery has made possible many of the special effects as well as the show's opening 3-D movie. The Christmas Spectacular begins with a 3-D movie where the audience sees Santa Claus flying to New York City from the North Pole in his magic sleigh. Once he arrives there, we see him flying in his sleigh around some of New York City's landmarks. The sights include the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. We see Santa heading towards the Radio City Music Hall, for his annual visit. When watching this film, it is important to wear the 3-D glasses that the Music Hall gives to its patrons. Once Santa arrives at the Music Hall, the movie ends and the show-stopping performance really begins. Santa appears on stage and acts as host. His first act as host is to introduce the Rockettes. The dance group then performs their recently added opening number "I see Christmas everywhere". Santa than announces the act called "Every little girl's dream", which is a scene from The Nutcracker. The scene involves a little girl dreaming about opening her presents on Christmas Day, and dancing with the six-foot tall toy bears and rabbits that she finds in the unwrapped boxes. Next is one of the show's original acts from 1933, "The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers", again performed by the Rockettes. The toy soldier costumes worn in the act are the same design as the original 1933 performance, although each costume is made for the individual dancer.The next dance number starts with Santa reading a letter from one of the children who sends him Christmas mail every year. The little girl wants to know how Santa can deliver so many presents all over the world in one night. Santa explains that he has a legion of Santa Clauses helping him with his rounds. As he finishes explaining, fifty of the Santa Clauses come on to the stage and dance.The next act is called "Dance of the Snowflakes", which celebrates the wonders and beauties of a snowy New York Christmas season. The scene begins with well-known meteorologists from stations around the New York area predicting a Christmas without snow. The performers then sing about the New York holiday season and holiday shopping along Fifth Avenue. The scene uses a Fifth Avenue store window recreated for the show, dancing snow flakes and live ice skaters.The next two acts are humorous tours of Santa's toy delivery operation and his workshop. We get to meet Mrs. Claus and all of Santa's elves. We also learn how much the Clauses are into modern technology. The couple shows off their use of mobile phones and fax machines. Santa ends the act by adding that an old fashioned letter is still the best way to talk to him. The final act is the "Living Nativity", one of the shows traditional original acts. Special effects are used to dramatise the birth of Christ. Voiceover narration (by George Hearn) describes his life and the effect that he has had on history. The act is also called "One Solitary Life".In 2006 the show was updated with a new dance number, new costumes and new visual effects. In 2007 the show is celebrating its 75th year with a completely new production. This rare Original 75th Year Show Poster is Large wall size 2' foot wide by 3' foot high printed on thick heavy chrome-coat advertising poster stock paper and printed in Beautiful Brilliant , Razor-sharp 6 color production. This is the rare Original Official 2007 Christmas Spectacular 75th Anniversary Poster printed in Limited Edition. Rare , Authentic , Radio City Music Hall / Christmas Spectacular NYC Collectible - ready for framing , or simply hang as is. Great for an Apartment or Living Room , Entertainment Room , Den or Office. Will be gently rolled and shipped in a heavy duty tube and shipped Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation / Tracking. This Original Show Poster is in Mint New Condition. Email with any questions before purchasing if you are unsure about something. We ONLY accept Money Orders , Cashiers Checks or U.S. Cash as payment ( we do NOT accept personal checks or online payment at all). Please email about local pick-up , we are located in NYC in Times Square. All International Customers MUST email us before purchasing this item.
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