According to a press release, Princess Cruises will present four production shows on board its upcoming and largest ship, the Sun Princess.
During the first quarter of 2024, the Sun Princess will offer four new production shows in the Princess Arena, which features both a traditional proscenium theater and a 270-degree keyhole configuration.
According to Denise Saviss, Princess Cruises‘ vice president of entertainment experience, “The Princess Arena is an engineering marvel that enables us to provide our guests with a completely different experience every night.” Our productions will not only shine, but the venue itself will provide spectacular spectacles on every voyage with its state-of-the-art stages, captivating lighting design, and immersive surround sound.”
There will be major changes to the entertainment lineup on the new ship, including 13 top dancers, eight Dome Cirque artists and more. Shows in the Princess Arena will include Vallora, A Pirate Quest, Stage Struck Musical Theater, Viva La Msica, and Fiera, a back-by-request favorite.
“Blue,” “Come Fly Away” and “Artbeat” are among the specially-created shows on display in The Dome by Cirque Éloize.
A wide selection of entertainment is available on every cruise, including musical acts and performances in the Piazza.
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