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The Rockettes Get Their First-Ever Website: Lots of Archive Photos

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Radio City Music Hall's world-famous dancing troupe, the Rockettes, launched their first-ever website this week. Fans (like us) will get a real kick (ha!) from the site's extensive photo collection, which features behind-the-scene contemporary and archive images dating from the 1950s.

Much more than just the annual Christmas Spectacular, the Rockettes have performed throughout the United States and have employed more than 3,000 dancers over the course of its 75+ year history. Auditions for the 2010 season will be held in a couple of weeks—for full details on where to don your dancing shoes, check out the new site!
· [Official Site]