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Cincinnati Sisters Spread Christmas Joy as Radio City Rockettes

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Radio City Rockettes’ “Christmas Spectacular” has been a holiday season tradition for decades, and you may not know that tradition currently includes a pair of Cincinnati sisters. Cincinnati sisters Danielle and Jordan Betscher may not be twins, but they have a lot in common. Danielle Betscher has been part of the “Christmas Spectacular” for eight years and Jordan Betscher for five years. “I first saw the Christmas Spectacular in Nashville, actually when I was 13, I immediately said, ‘Rockettes. That’s it. That’s what I want to do,’” Danielle Betscher said. . “I actually saw Danielle in her very first show when she was only 18 years old. And that’s when I found out I wanted to be a Rockette. It was because of. her. She’s always been my inspiration, “said Jordan Betscher. Now the sisters are among the 80 dancers who perform in the iconic high-kick. group.” I don’t even think that has crossed my mind there. spirit that my sister can be on stage with me. I was just, you know, 18, fresh, new to the dance world and with the Rockettes. And when she said, “Oh, I think I want to do this,” I was so excited. So actually seeing her join the line was a really special moment, and sharing that experience with her, “said Danielle Betscher. The girls are separated into two teams of 40 – blue and gold.” I’m in the morning, I’m in the morning. in the blue cast. And then she is in the evening in the gold cast, “J said ordan Betscher. Very rarely they perform together, but when they do, the sisters say they try to meet each other’s eyes or smile at each other. They’ve spent the offseason working hard to prepare for the 2021 shows, especially after the pandemic canceled the 2020 season. “It’s definitely a tough process. We are working really, really hard to make the show as beautiful as possible so that our audience will come and just be thrilled with the joy of Christmas, ”said Danielle Betscher. The two girls performed with the Cincinnati Ballet before heading to the Big Apple.

The Radio City Rockettes ‘Christmas Show’ has been a holiday season tradition for decades, and you may not know that the tradition currently includes a pair of Cincinnati sisters.

Cincinnati sisters Danielle and Jordan Betscher may not be twins, but they have a lot in common. Danielle Betscher has been part of the “Christmas Spectacular” for eight years and Jordan Betscher for five years.

“I first saw the Christmas Spectacular in Nashville, actually when I was 13, I immediately said, ‘Rockettes. That’s it. That’s what I want to do,’” Danielle Betscher said. .

“I actually saw Danielle in her very first show when she was only 18. And that’s when I found out I wanted to be a Rockette. because of her. She’s always been my inspiration, “said Jordan Betscher.

Now the sisters are among 80 dancers performing in the iconic kicking group.

“I don’t even think it crossed my mind that my sister could be on stage with me. I was just, you know, 18, fresh, new to the dance world and with the Rockettes. And when she said, “Oh, I think I want to do that,” I was so excited. So actually seeing her join the line was a really special moment, and sharing that experience with her, ”Danielle said. Betscher.

The girls are divided into two teams of 40: blue and gold.

“I’m in the morning, I’m in the blue cast. And then she’s in the evening in the golden cast,” said Jordan Betscher.

They very rarely get the chance to perform together, but when they do the sisters say they try to look each other in the eye or smile at each other.

They spent the off season working hard to prepare for the 2021 shows, especially after the pandemic canceled the 2020 season.

“It’s a really tough process. We’re working really, really hard to make the show as beautiful as possible so that our audience can come in and be thrilled with the joy of Christmas,” said Danielle Betscher.

The two girls performed with the Cincinnati Ballet before heading to the Big Apple.

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