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Big ship to offer big entertainment options

The show most certainly will go on when four spectacular arena productions are unveiled aboard a new ship in 2024.

Described as the pinnacle of technological innovation in the world of cruise ship entertainment, the configurable Princess Arena supports shows in the round, in a 270-degree keyhole configuration, as well as via a traditional proscenium theatre.

The ground-breaking theatre is aboard Sun Princess, the largest-ever ship from Princess Cruises, which will debut in February.

Headlining the entertainment line-up are three completely new productions, showcasing the talents of the Sun Princess troupe with four lead vocalists, 13 top dancers and eight Dome Cirque artists.

"The Princess Arena is an engineering marvel that allows us to create awe-inspiring entertainment, offering our guests a completely different experience every night," said Denise Saviss, Vice President of Entertainment Experience for Princess Cruises.

"Not only will our productions shine, but the venue itself, with its state-of-the-art stages, captivating lighting design and immersive surround-sound will deliver show-stopping spectacles on every voyage."

The new shows include Vallora, A Pirate Quest, which has been created, directed and choreographed by Danny Teeson of American Idol fame.

Featuring an upbeat and nostalgic 80s soundtrack, the show follows the intrepid heroine 'Vallora' through a pirate adventure, telling a story of searching for what's lost and above all else, family and love.

Famed Latin American choreographer Liz Imperio has designed concert tours for Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and Gloria Estefan. She is behind Viva La Música, which involves a dance couple who invite guests to join them on the dance floor for a unique immersive experience.

Entertainment also extends throughout the ship including two additional prominent venues, the Piazza and The Dome.

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Published: 2 November 2023

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