Friday, April 20, 2012

(R) Radio City Rockettes

I never been to see this show in all my years on earth.  I finally went a in 2010.  I took my daughter, it was a great show.  They said 'No cameras' but I don't listen.
This was the Christmas show, and this was one of my favorite performances.  One of the good things about living in New York City is you can see things like this without having to travel far!


Wall-to-wall books said...

It is interesting to see what you come up with each day! I don't know if I could do it.

Julia said...

Hey there! Popping in along the A to Z hop... trying to get to every single blog on the list!

I just wanted to say how excited I am to finally meet another East Coast blogger... and one from New York, too, no less! I used to work in Manhattan, and lived just on the outskirts of the boroughs. I recently moved further away, and I miss it oh so much!!!!

I'm a ravel-er too... knitter, crochet-er, jeweler, painter, pencil artist... you name it, I do it. I love that you're the same way too <3

Anyhow, I hope this is not the last time our paths will cross. Take care, and have a great evening!

*~* Julia *~* *~*

Liz Kelso said...

Wendy - Trust me, it is hard coming up with things I'm getting lazy too.

Hi Julia, nice to meet you!!

Arthur Brill said...

I saw the Rocketts when I was a kid living in Brooklyn. Our school went on a field trip to Radio City Music Hall, and we watched the movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks.

Such frivolous field trips would never fly today. Art and entertainment for their own sake are lost in schools. Now it has to be squeezed into some standarized testing box to pass through the doors.

S is for Shepherdstown, WV at Main Street Arts