LEGACY 36 featuring THE LEGACY DANCERS - a line of former Rockettes
The Legacy Dancers
featuring THE LEGACY DANCERS - a line of former Rockettes
directed and choreographed by Mary Six Rupert
and guest starring
Saturday June 3 at 6 PM
Miller Theater at Columbia University, 2960 Broadway, at 116th Street
Tickets: $30; $15 for students and children
Former Rockette MARY SIX RUPERT is proud to present a very special event - the fifth annual LEGACY 36, featuring THE LEGACY DANCERS, a line of former Rockettes, along with stars who have appeared at Radio City Music Hall: MAURICE HINES, SANDY DUNCAN, DON CORREIA, and ROSIE NOVELLINO-MEARNS. In addition to the guest speakers, audiences will be treated to specialty dances that range from a Can Can to tap dancing sailors in this celebration of the history of the Rockettes and the art of precision dance. Saturday June 3 at 6 PM at the Miller Theatre, Broadway & 116th Street (at Columbia University).
Appearing with the line of former Rockettes are guests who have appeared at Radio City in past productions:
- MAURICE HINES, who helped direct and choreograph, with Joe Layton, and performed in "The Radio City 60th Anniversary Tour";
- SANDY DUNCAN and DON CORREIA, who starred in "5,6,7,8, Dance," a Rockette summer show;
- ROSEMARY NOVELLINO-MEARNS, former dance captain and longtime member of the Music Hall Ballet Company, and author of "Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer's True Story";
- MARY SIX RUPERT, narrator, former Rockette and Producer/Director/Choreographer of the show).
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