All Aboard!: R Family Vacations Summer Cruise, with McArdle, Burgess, Jackson, Departs July 11
11 Jul 2009
A host of Broadway favorites will perform on the latest R Family Vacations cruise, which departs July 11 from Seattle, WA.
Gregg Kaminsky, who co-founded R Family Vacations with Kelli O'Donnell, told Playbill.com that the week-long adventure boasts entertainment by a wide variety of artists, including Caroline Rhea, Cheyenne Jackson, Andrea McArdle, Tituss Burgess, Natascia Diaz, Mary Bond Davis, Marya Grandy, Jimmy Smagula, Anne Steele and the entire Broadway cast of title of show — including Susan Blackwell, Hunter Bell, Jeff Bowen, Heidi Blickenstaff, musical director Larry Pressgrove and director Michael Berresse — who will perform an original show designed for the cruise. Also featured are comics Judy Gold, Ross Mathews, Julie Goldman and Steve Moore, plus Bernard Dotson, Kevin Gutches, Ron Kellum, Ryan Lammer, Dan LoBuono, Chuck Saculla, Colin Sheehan and Michael Lee Scott.
Piano bar entertainment is provided by Brian Nash and Kate Pazakis.
Michael Lee Scott is the artistic director for the cruise's entertainment with musical direction by Seth Rudetsky.
Also taking part in the cruise are fitness gurus Susan Powter and Craig Ramsey and Emmy-winning actress Sharon Gless.
The itinerary for the cruise follows: depart from Seattle, WA (July 11), cruise the Inside Passage (July 12), Ketchikan, AK (July 13), Juneau, AK (July 14), cruise Glacier Bay (July 14), Skagway, AK (July 15), Prince Rupert, BC (July 16) at sea (July 17) and return to Seattle, WA (July 18).
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