Explore Behind the Scenes on the Radio City Stage Door Tour
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Radio City Stage Door Tour have expired.
The last date listed for Radio City Stage Door Tour was Sunday May 27, 2012 / Noon.
Currently at Radio City Music Hall:
- Full Price:
- $49.00 - $129.00
- Our Price:
- $40.00 - $99.50
This soaring new Radio City spectacular starring the high-energy, highly talented Rockettes celebrates the city of New York. An engaging storyline and an unforgettable soundtrack of original music and pop favorites sets the energy for fantastic new choreography and incredible Rockettes dance numbers -- not to mention exciting 3-D special effects and state-of-the-art animatronics. Heart and Lights tells the enchanting story of two cousins who take a bite out of the Big Apple, scouring the city to solve the mystery of their grandmother's secret past. Directed and choreographed by Linda Haberman (Radio City Christmas Spectacular), the show boasts a script by Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning playwright Doug Wright (I Am My Own Wife, Grey Gardens, Disney's The Little Mermaid, and Hands on a Hard Body); an original song by Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler, lyricists and composers of Junie B. Jones and Dear Edwina; and original music by composer-arranger Alex Lacamoire, who won a Tony and a Grammy for In the Heights. Learn More
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• Explore the Beautiful Art-Deco Interiors
• Learn the secrets of the Great Stage and what it takes to transform the Music Hall for a concert or the Radio City Christmas Spectacular
• Be a part of a Radio City Rockette kick line with an interactive photo opportunity!
• View the Celebrity Signed Guest Book!
• Receive a complimentary fact-sheet about Radio City Music Hall, available in 6 different languages
• Meet a World Famous Radio City Rockette and discover firsthand what it takes to become one of the stars of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular!
Use of video cameras and mobile phones is not permitted on the tour. Photos of the auditorium will not be permitted during theater activity. When an event is in progress, the auditorium will be viewed from a private viewing booth and the stage's hydraulic system will be shown in a video presentation.