Oceania Cruises unveils stage shows for new ship

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Oceania Cruises has unveiled three Broadway-style shows that will debut aboard the new cruise sea ​​view when the ship is launched in May 2023. Another production will be added to the program later this year, with all four focusing on lively music and dance themes.

Broadway style productions on tap

Upscale, destination-focused cruise line Oceania Cruises, a Royal Caribbean Group brand, is putting the finishing touches on three stage productions to be staged aboard the newbuild sea ​​view when it enters service on May 13. The ship, which is the first of two Allura-class ships the line is building, will be built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, Italy.

The Broadway shows are Headliners, The Anchor Inn and Into the Night. All three are captivating and feature popular songs that cruisers will want to sing along to. Britt Stewart, a choreographer on the hit TV show Dancing With the Stars, will direct the dance numbers on the show Into the Night.

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Oceania Cruises President Frank A. Del Rio said: “Long known for our stunning design, exquisite culinary offerings and mesmerizing itineraries, it was time to bring that same ‘wow’ to our entertainment programme. This new line-up is groundbreaking for us, and these three new productions are just the beginning. We are thrilled to unveil our unprecedented series of upscale entertainment for our guests aboard Vista.”

High energy music and dance shows

Into the Night was created as a high-energy combination of dance performances inspired by the excitement and glamor of TV shows American Idol and Dancing With the Stars and the Video Music Awards.

The headliners will be presented at a concert featuring pop songs and works by artists such as Adele, Celine Dion, Cher and the Bee Gees, among others.

The Anchor Inn will feature British song and dance routines set in a West End pub. Cruisers will hear tunes made famous by the likes of Rod Stewart, Tom Jones and Dusty Springfield to name a few. A fourth production, The Music Triangle, will be added to the show later this year, focusing on the roots of the music.

Vista cruise ship
Vista cruise ship

Oceania Cruises Director of Artistic Theatrical Entertainment Kai Alan Carrier said: “I am honored to have the opportunity to develop innovative shows for Oceania Cruises, pushing creativity and theater to the limits and assembling a star-studded team with credentials from TV, film, Broadway, the West End and beyond. ”

Carrier added, “Knowing that our guests love recognizable songs and, more importantly, are lively and adventurous, I leaned forward with our offerings. The goal really was to offer entertainment from a new perspective and I know we achieved that.”

The inaugural cruise will depart on May 13th

The 67,000 gross ton sea ​​view will accommodate 1,200 guests when she sets sail in May. Her first 7-day Rome to Venice cruise departs May 13 and calls at Sorrento, Italy; Messina, Sicily; Argostoli and Corfu, Greece; and Dubrovnik and Zadar, Croatia.

The shipping company announced this in February Celebrity chef and food personality Giada De Laurentiis becomes godmother of sea ​​view. The christening and naming ceremony is scheduled for May 8th in Valletta, Malta.

The ship will spend its first summer season in the Mediterranean before relocating to PortMiami in the fall of 2023. The ship will operate a series of Caribbean cruises from Miami and return to the Mediterranean in spring 2024.

sea ​​view will have cabins with only balconies, Solo cabins and four suite categories, Owner’s Suites (at a whopping 2,400 square feet), Vista Suites, Oceania Suites, and Penthouse Suites, all with 24-hour butler service. The 11-deck ship offers a dozen dining options. Oceania Vistas sister ship, Oceania Allurashould be on the market in 2025.

Source: News Network

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