While Broadway babies and show tunes are known to be part of a cruise ships’ theatre repertoire, two lines are breaking the mould. P&O’s latest show, Twice Upon A Time (pictured), is reminiscent of an art festival performance. No words are spoken during the show; the story is told through contemporary dance and music. There’s no set to speak of either. Instead, P&O’s new million-dollar LCD screens project interactive images. Dancers wear elaborate The Matrix-meets-Avatar costumes with the most detailed hair and make-up the line has ever used. Twice Upon A Time is playing on Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria. Meanwhile, Princess Cruises is presenting Stephen Schwartz’s first production for a cruise line, Magic to Do. The show features magical illusions choreographed and paired with some of Schwartz’s most famous songs, and a new one written just for Princess.
Top Cruise News
- Regal Princess to bring MedallionClass to Singapore
- Explorer Dream launch marks major expansion for Genting Cruise Lines
- Best cruises out of Singapore in 2023 and early 2024
- Longer itineraries in the works for Royal Caribbean in Asia
- Cutting-Edge Features and Unforgettable Fun: Why Families Love the Quantum of the Seas
- On Board the Viking Polaris: A New Way to Explore Antarctica with Comfort and Responsibility
- Explore the Last Frontier: Epic Alaska Adventure Awaits!
- Singapore has struck a major blow against rival Asian cruise markets
- Genting amps up health plan for Star Cruises and Dream Cruises
- Singapore’s cruise industry will be strong again
- Dream Cruises Genting Dream resumes Asian sailings
- Princess Cruises completes disembarkation of all Diamond Princess guests