The New Celebrity Beyond's Entertainment Goes Beyond
The ship's theater will feature a A 110-foot curved 4K LED screen that wraps around the stage.
Cruising has come a long way from the days when the "Not So Newlywed Game" was a "main show" in the theater.
A press release from Celebrity states that The Theatre on the Celebrity Beyond will be the largest in the Celebrity fleet. It introduces three new production shows with programming brought to life through production technology. As an example, the theater in Celebrity's latest build, "The Beyond," will have A 110-foot curved 4K LED screen that wraps around the stage and is complete with five moving panels that open and move for "truly immersive visual experiences and dramatic talent entrances and exits." Floor projection technology integrates with the content on the screen, creating a "seamless floor to ceiling visual effects experience."
Celebrity Cruises' Senior Vice President of Hotel Operations, Brian Abel said, "When you have a ship named 'Beyond,' it's a promise to our guests to take every aspect of the ship beyond anything we've done before. We've set the stage with so many experiential and imaginative offerings that I have never been more excited to debut our entertainment programming."
Celebrity's Vice President of Entertainment, Lisa Lehr, said that it's been an "honor" to collaborate with "some of the best live show creative minds to develop world-class performances and experiences at every turn throughout the ship." "The Beyond delivers an onboard entertainment experience that our guests will talk about long after returning home," Lehr said.
The Celebrity Beyond will depart on her maiden voyage on Apr. 27, 2022, from Southampton, England, on a 10-night Western Europe cruise visiting Bordeaux, France; Lisbon, Portugal; and Seville, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, and Barcelona, Spain.
The 2,900-guest ship will then offer a variety of Mediterranean journeys, including nine-night Italian Riviera and France itineraries and 10-night Greek Isles itineraries through early October when it then heads to the