Princess Cruises offers an innovative entertainment proposal
The cruise line announced a new theatrical experience with the debut of 5-SKIES aboard Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess. This show with improved technology production presents a virtual world of games, digital effects and stunts
The guests of Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess will enter the best virtual reality game of all time, where the main character "Gamer 1" will try to complete a series of five levels (where the difficulty level increases as the game progresses. game), meeting different personalities along the way in an attempt to reach the highest level where the character of Sky Princess resides. Made with a list of contemporary songs, in 5-SKIES you can find digital effects, spectacular acrobatics, dazzling costume designs and complex scenarios.
"Our team of creators and collaborators has once again exceeded the limits of the design of theatrical entertainment at sea and 5-SKIES will take our guests on a musical journey through a digital universe of spectacle, visual effects and sound," he said. Denise Saviss, vice president of entertainment experience at Princess Cruises. "Our dedicated team is passionate about connecting new experiences to our guests and with the advancement of technology and spectacular visual effects, 5-SKIES will surely surprise our audience."
The 5-SKIES creative team includes:
The director and choreographer Danny Teeson who has choreographed for Grammy-winning artists such as Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson and Paula Abdul and the winners of the Brit Award, Robbie Williams and Tom Jones, with whom he received the VH1 Award for Best Video for Sex Bomb. Teeson has acted as creative director of Carrie Underwood, conceptualizing and directing his Carnival Ride Tour, the performance of the ACM Awards and was seen on the successful Oxygen Network Dance Your Ass Off program as a judge. Teeson also created and choreographed the award-winning Princess Cruises program - Fantastic Journey, which won an award from the Thematic Entertainment Association for Outstanding Achievements.
Musical arranger Nelson Kole: He began his career on the Las Vegas Strip, where he accompanied artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight and the Pips, soon becoming musical director / arranger for Don Rickles and Ben Vereen. As arranger and musical director of the 2009 Academy Awards, Kole worked with Beyoncé, Hugh Jackman, Vanessa Hudgens, Zac Efron and Queen Latifah.
The stage designer John Iacovelli: won the Emmy Award for his production design of the presentation of Peter Pan of A&E, starring Cathy Rigby, who was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Renaissance. His television production design credits include The Old Settler, The Gin Game, Ed, Babylon and Resurrection Blvd. He has received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for his career in stage design and is a member of The Art Directors Guild .
Costume designer Jackson Lowell: has designed costumes for many celebrities, as well as for concert tours, including Katy Perry, P! Nk, Paula Abdul, Jennifer Aniston, Cate Blanchett, Cindy Crawford, Elton John, Brad Pitt, Barbra Streisand and Usher. His credits on television shows include American Idol, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy, Ugly Betty, Lost, Private Practice and Scrubs. Lowell has also designed for many notable dance companies including Hubbard Street Dance Company, Paul Taylor, San Francisco Ballet, Twyla Tharp, Oakland Dance Company and Philadanco.
This creative team is also behind the previously announced Rock Opera, another new production program scheduled to debut aboard Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess. Rock Opera presents incredible costumes inspired by the glamorous avant-garde fashion of the 80s, with a musical soundtrack that encompasses classical rock, opera and musical theater. America's Got Talent special guest and former tenor Brian Justin Crum will make it happen.