The December 11, 1964, issue of LIFE magazine featured an article titled The Rockettes Go On and On: World's Most Famous Kick, with illustrated with photographs taken by Arthur Rickerry, they show how the dancers themselves prepped for four shows a day, seven days a week, on one of the most famous stages in the world. The piece also focused on five young dancers who, out of the many, many hopefuls who auditioned in 1964, were talented and driven enough to make the grade:
Little girls who grow up to be Rockettes are born and raised in places like Milford, Mass.
Dancers from the Radio City Rockettes rehearse for the 2012 edition of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in New York October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
Some of the Radio City Rockettes have been horrified to learn that they'll be providing the entertainment at Donald Trump's inauguration next month. TheWrap reports that the famous New York City dancers have been told by their union...
Though the Radio City Rockettes will be smiling, just know their upcoming inaugural performance is a real kick in the head. Management of the dance troupe has stated that individual Rockettes may opt out of the group's performance d...
These amazing photos were taken just after Christmas of 1964 by London-based photographer Allan. They showed everyday life of Berlin in the cold with heavy snow and mist. See more »