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Old 07-20-2008, 04:18 PM
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Hi again, what are the shows on the cruise to Alaska August 1. I understand they are different on each cruise.

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Old 07-20-2008, 05:48 PM
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Actually the shows are the same cruise after cruise, at least when it comes to the "big" shows. RCI spends millions to design and produce a big show and they run a show for several years before retiring it. The smaller shows with guest entertainers will change. There is no way anyone on this forum can tell you what shows you will see on the Radiance.
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Old 07-21-2008, 03:04 AM
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If the shows are the same year after year why is it not possible to know what they are -- or did you mean they rotate from one ship to another so one cannot expect to know what particular show may be on one's particular ship?
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They rotate shows around so not all ships are doing the same ones at the same time. A 7-night cruise will have two production shows, two or three headliner shows with a singer, a comedian, and maybe a dance act. On the Rhapsody last month the production shows were "Piano Man" and "Country Time". Kenny James did a singing show, Las Pampas Gauchos did a show, and there was a dance/acrobatic couple.

Cruise ship shows are never over 60 minutes long and the production shows are generally revues, such as with the two we had. Piano Man for example was split into segments with numbers from Billy Joel, Elton John, Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Barry Manilow. The country show was along the same lines but with Dolly Parton songs, etc.
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