New entertainment options to debut on MSC Seascape
MSC Cruises also unveils plans for themed-nights on vessel
MSC Cruises has confirmed six new productions will feature in MSC Seascape’s entertainment programme.
Imaginocean; Dreamscape; In Concert; Premiere; Shall We Dance; Love Blooms will all run on the incoming Seaside-class vessel.
The shows will include flying acts, aquatic animal puppetry, circus performers, singers performing rock classics and dancers who will highlight different styles from Latin, to ballroom, to contemporary.
MSC Seascape, due to launch in November this year, will also have 21 themed nights with “immersive costumes and decorations, including Country Night, Star for a Night and Hollywood Night” during sailings.
The themed nights will be aimed at all age groups, the line said.
Steve Leatham, MSC Cruises global head of entertainment, said: “MSC Seascape is an exciting new addition to our Seaside class with some of the most remarkable entertainment options that our guests have ever seen.
“Inspired by New York City, which is home to world-famous Broadway shows and musical productions, MSC Seascape features spectacular new shows and full-scale productions that will dazzle all our guests.
“These new top notch entertainment options will take our onboard experience to the next level with superb performers, gorgeous stage design and excellent production quality.”
MSC Seascape’s naming ceremony will take place in New York City at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal on December 7.
The fourth ship in the Seaside class will offer year-round cruises from Miami to the Caribbean.