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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Cruise entertainment is being reshaped by a combination of technology, changing consumer tastes, competition, growing ship size and a revolution in the way dining works on ships. Pictured here, a Holland America Line show produced by RWS Associates.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Blue Man Group in a performance on Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Epic.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    1980s character Max Headroom on LED screens aboard the Carnival Freedom as part of the ship's "80s Pop to the Max" show in the main theater.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    A rendering of Two70, the aft lounge on Royal Caribbean International's Quantum of the Seas.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Live program brings well-known acts onboard for in-port shows in Nassau, Cancun and California's Catalina Island. Martina McBride, pictured, was among the 15 performers tapped for the initial series of 49 concerts.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Carnival Live's initial series of 49 concerts concludes Dec. 15 in Nassau with a performance by REO Speedwagon, pictured.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    A performance of "Burn the Floor" on Norwegian Cruise Line.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Dancers interact with high-tech LED screens during the "80s Pop to the Max" show on the Carnival Freedom.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Performers in "Heart of Soul," a Carnival show featuring R&B and soul hits.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    The biggest cruise lines operate facilities to recruit and train onboard entertainers.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Performers in training at Norwegian Creative Studios in Tampa.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Norwegian Cruise Line opened the 46,000-square-foot studio in January.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    The 1,070-passenger Crystal Serenity is home to iLuminate, in which performers are costumed in wired suits that show only the outlines of lights in a darkened theater.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    A performer from Crystal Serenity's iLuminate.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Performers interact with LED screens in a new Carnival Cruise Lines production.

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    Cruise entertainment goes big

    Performers in a Holland America Line show in front of an LED panel display. The show is produced by RWS Associates.

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