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About Radio City Music Hall
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Radio City Music Hall has seats. The seating sections are divided into a large orchestra with three mezzanines; the top two are really balconies. Depending on the show, different parts of the theatre are better viewing. For example, for the Radio City Christmas spectacular, the center orchestra, about half way back is ideal as many of the Rockettes dance scenes are designed for the big theatre. The front of the mezzanine is also good a good view for this show. The closest parking is not always the best as it often takes longer to park and retrieve your vehicle as fellow theatre goers have the same idea. A better choice of parking may be the second choice or further away by a couple of Avenues. These will deliver patrons to all levels of the theatre. Staff is available to assist whenever needed as well.
Nicknamed the Showplace of the Nation , it is the headquarters for the Rockettes , the precision dance company. Radio City Music Hall was built on a plot of land that was originally intended for a Metropolitan Opera House, although plans for the opera house were canceled in It opened on December 27, , as part of the construction of Rockefeller Center. It was largely successful until the s, when declining patronage nearly drove the Music Hall to bankruptcy. The hall was extensively renovated in One of the more notable parts of the Music Hall is its large auditorium, which was the world's largest when the Hall first opened.
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