Norwegian Cruise Lines expands ‘Cirque Dreams & Dinner’
Guests of Norwegian Cruise Line will now have another dazzling entertainment experience to take in this summer on the line’s newest ships.
Norwegian is expanding the one-of-a-kind theatrical dining experience Cirque Dreams & Dinner to Norwegian Getaway this summer, as well as debuting a new dining format and must-see show elements of the popular Cirque Dreams & Dinner experiences on both Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Epic starting this May.
Featuring all-new menus, the custom reimagined shows will offer guests the opportunity to enjoy their gourmet dinner prior to the start of the entertainment extravaganza. Once coffee and dessert are served, the show will commence and transport guests into a fantastical world of breath-taking acrobatics, marvels, wonders and dreams under a colourful big top.
“As the first cruise line to offer branded Broadway-style entertainment, Norwegian has become known for breaking boundaries to bring the finest entertainment to sea,” Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer for Norwegian Cruise Line said.
“Our guests absolutely love our Cirque Dreams & Dinner shows, and we are thrilled to offer three new over-the-top shows, providing a whole new entertainment experience for both our new and returning guests.”
“Cirque Dreams Epicurean” will join Norwegian Epic’s incredibly vibrant line-up of new entertainment that debuted in late 2015 following her extensive renovation as a part of the Norwegian Edge programme.
The smash-hit “Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy” was the first show of its kind to perform on Broadway. Guests can now enjoy this acclaimed show re-produced for an exclusive, intimate and imaginative adventure in the Spiegel Tent aboard Norwegian Breakaway.
The all-new “Cirque Dreams and Steam” will take centre stage in the Illusionarium on Norwegian Getaway beginning on May 16.
All three new Cirque Dreams shows have been developed exclusively for Norwegian Cruise Line by world-renowned Broadway director and Cirque Dreams founder Neil Goldberg.