As an official naming sponsor of the 2013 NRL grand finalists, Air Tahiti Nui will feature on the back of the Sea Eagles players’ jerseys during the inaugural nine-a-side tournament at Eden Park on February 15 and 16.
Air Tahiti Nui General Manager New Zealand Australia Mark Hutchinson said the airline was proud to be associated with one of the NRL’s leading teams and looked forward to an entertaining weekend of exciting rugby league.
“The NRL is one of the great sporting competitions that crosses both our markets and with the tournament taking place in our New Zealand gateway, we couldn’t resist the chance to get involved and back a winning team,” Mr Hutchinson said.
“We now have three flights a week carrying sports-mad Aussies and Kiwis to Tahiti through Auckland and hope to see more Sea Eagles fans aboard in 2014 after giving their team a flying start in the Nines.”
The rugby league extravaganza will see talent from all sixteen NRL clubs in the same place for the first time with a jam-packed schedule of 31 games over two days and a prize pool of more than A$2 million.
Departing on April 13 this year, the 11-day Sail Tahiti Yacht Rally follows the same route as Tahiti’s annual Pearl Regatta, which will take place shortly after the rally, from April 30 to May 4.
During the rally, sailors will visit Raiatea, Huahine, Bora Bora and Taha’a on spacious Catana 41 and 47 catamarans.
Priced from $3550 per person (based on an eight person crew sharing four cabins), the offer includes boat charter, a guide, some transfers and some meals, berthing on race days, three post-race functions and local taxes.
Mariner Boating Holidays has been operating in Tahiti since 2000.
For more information visit http://www.marinerboating.com/tour/sail-tahiti-yacht-rally
TO CELEBRATE 1-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE ROMANCE CONCIERGE
BORA BORA – November 21, 2013 – With the one year anniversary of The St. Regis Bora Bora’s Romance Menu, Romance Concierge, and on-site Bridal Boutique just weeks away (they were launched last year on St. Valentine’s Day of course!), guests of the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort can now reap the benefits of the expanded Romance Menu offerings which include special themed over-the-top holiday amenities and seductive curated items.
Guests of the Resort can now take advantage of the following special offers:
Black Friday, Bora Bora Edition: It’s Black Friday, even in Bora Bora! Take advantage of the Black Friday craze with 50% off our designer Cecille Melli dresses in the Bridal Boutique. Women can feel like a star for a day in one of Melli’s innovative and seductive wedding gowns, which come in both ivory and rose. Melli’s elegant and whimsical original dresses are available for rent – or purchase – through the resort’s Bridal Boutique and are perfect for a wedding ceremony, renewal of vows, or just a romantic dinner for two on the pristine beaches of Bora Bora. Limited quantities available. Prices begin at 27 500 XPF.
Sweet St. Nicholas: Celebrate the birth of St. Nicholas with some chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! Couples will enjoy a sensual medium pressure 50 minute chocolate massage using chocolate perfumed oil that naturally rejuvenates the skin at the brand new Miri Miri Spa by Clarins. Indulge in a mouth-watering chocolate lover’s fondue for two in room, coupled with the Resort’s signature Billecart Rose Champagne. Chocolates and bubbly make for a romantic night! A flower turn down will also be arranged courtesy of the Romance Concierge. Pricing begins at 58 300 XPF.
Lucky Friday: Who says Friday the 13th isn’t lucky? Be lucky in love and renew your vows at sunset at one of our exquisite venue locations, including, one of the Resort’s five unspoiled beaches. Couples can make a wish for a lifetime of happiness and luck with a floating lantern released at the Resort’s lagoon. Pricing begins at 25 000 XPF.
Pre-Christmas Celebrations: If you haven’t found the perfect Christmas for your sweetie just yet, let the St. Regis Bora Bora Romance Concierge help you design the perfect gift for that special someone in your life. Pricing available upon request. Special 10% discount will be applied.
“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”: The saying is sure to hold true in Bora Bora! Surprise your loved one with “Marry Me” in coconuts on our beautiful beaches, viewed from an intimate helicopter ride above the Island. Cheers! Celebrate with a complimentary bottle of champagne in villa upon your return from The St Regis Bora Bora Resort. Pricing begins at 129 402 XPF.
Picture Perfect: Make memories together with your loved one or with your entire family. Our Romance Concierge can arrange a private photo shoot (pay for two hours, but get three!) on the lush Resort grounds. Capture the stunning views of Bora Bora to make your stay an unforgettable souvenir. Pricing starts at 56 000 XPF.
Happy New Year!: Ring in 2014 with an exclusive full moon cruise complete with a Champagne Boat, caviar toast, salty canapés Cryseal de Roederer Champagne and enjoy the last moments of the setting sun to make way for the sparkling twilight of Bora Bora. The cruise lasts 3 hours from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, local time. Everyone will enjoy the special sweet treats aboard cruise at night. Pricing begins at 165 000 XPF.
It’s Almost St. Valentine’s Day: If you won’t be in the romantic Bora Bora this St. Valentine’s Day you can still show your love to someone special. Couples will enjoy a special Honeymoon Day complete with a Polynesian wedding on motu, Polynesian lunch in the ater with Moet Chandon Champagne and a circle island tour or the afternoon at leisure on motu. The lovebirds will also receive a personalized wedding gift, courtesy of the Romance Concierge. Pricing begins at 302 000 XPF.
Baby, You’re a Firework!: Nothing is more romantic than you and your loved one sitting on the private beaches of Bora Bora looking into the sunset and seeing sparkling lights. The Romance Concierge suggests arranging your own personal firework display for that special someone; celebrate this magical moment over two glasses of champagne. See the sparkle in her eyes and in the sky. Pricing begins at 75 000 XPF.
Chinese New Year: Celebrate with a Romantic Tupai escape coupled with a bottle of Billecart Salmon Rose Fly over Tupai Island, a heart shaped island symbolizing love. Pricing begins at 172 400 XPF.
Love Don’t Cost a Thing: While you can “ohhh” and “ahh” over fancy amenities to make your loved one feel like royalty; tell your honey how you really feel with a hand written note accompanied by a pure perfect rose. Pricing begins at 3175 XPF.
St. Valentine Sunset: Close your eyes and picture this: as the skies bloom into sunset, your St. Regis butler is coming towards your villa terrace on an outrigger canoe above the sparkling blue waters of Bora Bora bearing 14 roses, a bottle of chilled Billecart-Salmon Rose Champagne and an assortment of irresistible gourmet treats. Your St. Regis Butler then disembarks with a smile and invites you and your loved one onboard for a paddle on the lagoon while he sets up in your gazebo. Upon your return, he makes the occasion by sabering the Champagne in true St. Regis tradition! As you and your loved one toast each other, a fragrant Flower Bath is being run and your Butler’s last gesture is to hang the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door as he departs. It’s French Polynesian, its bespoke St. Regis and its romantic! Prices begin at 55 00 XPF.
“To celebrate the one year anniversary of our Romance Menu, Romance Concierge services and on-site Bridal Boutique, which opened on February 14, 2013, we couldn’t just celebrate the most romantic day of the year for 24 hours. It deserves a longer celebration, coupled with new exclusive experiences prepared by our Romance Concierge” says Michael Schoonewagen, General Manager, St. Regis Bora Bora.
Couples who book any of the new Romance Menu offerings from December 1-February 28, 2014, which will be listed weekly on the Resort’s Facebook page using the hashtag #LOVESRBB for February 2014, will have the opportunity to have their stay upgraded to one the Resort’s Royal Overwater Villa and have a beach vows ceremony.
Terms and conditions apply. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for contest rules and details. The winner will be announced on the Resort’s Facebook page on February 14, 2014. To book, please call 1-877-787-3447.
For more information, please visit: www.stregis.com/borabora.
About the St. Regis Bora Bora
Set amidst lush unspoiled surroundings and pristine waters, guests enjoy spectacular views of the main island of Bora Bora as well as the mystical Mount Otemanu, towering over the Pacific Ocean, with the remote islands of Tahaa and Raiatea on the horizon. St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora is protected by self-contained saltwater lagoons and designed to complement the surrounding landscape. The resort features a manmade “hoa” — a Tahitian inlet that utilizes the ocean tides and currents — that provides deep ocean water to the lagoon, replenishing fresh nutrients to sustain the abundant variety of native fish and stingrays.
The resort features 100 exquisitely designed one- to three bedroom over-water and beach villas, many with terrace whirlpools or private swimming pools and ranging in size from 1,550 square feet to the resort’s ultra-luxurious 13,000-square-foot Royal Estate, fittingly set apart in a secluded cove. The resort’s accommodations showcase exotic woods and regional art and pamper guests with private outdoor showers, Pratesi linens and Acqua di Parma amenities. Guests also enjoy 42-inch plasma televisions, Bose DVD/CD players and high-speed Internet throughout their villas. Guests also enjoy access to world-class restaurants, including Lagoon which is suspended over the water and features cuisine by renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. For more information visit www.stregis.com/borabora
Owned by Pacific Beachcomber S.C., French Polynesia’s leading luxury hotel and cruise operator, Paul Gauguin Cruises operates the 5+-star cruise ship m/s Paul Gauguin, providing a deluxe cruise experience tailored to the unparalleled wonders of Tahiti, French Polynesia and thPaul Gauguin Cruises 11100 Main St., Suite 300 Bellevue, WA 98004 800.848.6172 800.848.6172, ext. 6276 (group sales) http://www.pgcruises.com
Paul Gauguin Cruises has scheduled voyages that will host special guests who are experts in the culinary arts, wine, photography, fine art, history, music and the oceans.
Hawaiian musician Jamie Lawrence will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s Jan. 4 sailing to the Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands, and the Nov. 22, 2014, sailing to the Cook and Society islands.
Retired CNN international correspondent Walter C. Rodgers, who covered the break-up of the Soviet Union and reported from Afghanistan and Iraq, also will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s Jan. 4 cruise and the Jan. 25 sailing to the Cook and Society islands.
Barry Wiss, wine expert and vice president of trade relations for the Trinchero Family Estates in Napa Valley, will lead seminars, Q&A sessions and a wine-tasting on the the Paul Gauguin’s Feb. 15 sailing to Tahiti and the Society Islands.
World-famous oceanographer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau joins several sailings aboard the Paul Gauguin in 2014. He’ll join the March 12 departure to the Society Islands, Tuamotus and Marquesas; June 14 to Fiji and Australia; Aug. 30 to Fiji, Tonga and Cook and Society islands; and Oct. 25 to the Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands. In addition to presenting lectures and videos of his work, he will accompany several dives from the ship.
Gerry and Rosie Wilson of Wilson Creek Winery & Vineyards in Southern California will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s March 29 sailing to Tahiti and the Society Islands. Long Shadows Vintners Founder Allen Shoup, winery President Dane Narbaitz, and Gilles Nicault, director of winemaking and viticulture, will be aboard the Paul Gauguin’s April 26 departure to Tahiti and the Society Islands for a lecture and wine-tasting seminar.
Champion free-diver Herbert Nitsch, who has set 32 world records staying underwater for more than nine minutes, will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s June 14 cruise to Fiji and Australia and the June 25 departure to Australia and Southeast Asia.
Jean-Pierre Vigato, chef propriétaire of the two Michelin-starred Restaurant Apicius in Paris, has inspired signature menus for Paul Gauguin Cruises for several years. He will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s June 25 Australia and Southeast Asia voyage and will lead culinary demonstrations.
Art history professor and expert on Paul Gauguin Caroline Boyle-Turner returns for the June 14 sailing to Fiji and Australia, the June 25 departure to Australia and Southeast Asia, and the Aug. 4 cruise to Southeast Asia and Australia. Diane Moore, president of Paul Gauguin Cruises, will host a cocktail party and town hall meeting for guests on Tere Moana’s May 3 Rome-to-Venice sailing.
Richard Bailey, chairman of Paul Gauguin Cruises, will host the May 31 Athens-to-Istanbul voyage aboard Tere Moana and the Aug. 4 Southeast Asia and Australia voyage aboard Paul Gauguin. Moore and Bailey will both host the Sept. 10 Reunion Cruise for past guests on the Paul Gauguin.
Islands magazine senior photographer Jon Whittle and photo editor Lori Barbely will be aboard the Sept. 27 Tahiti and the Society Islands voyage. Guy Buffet, famous for his whimsical portraits of chefs, waiters, and restaurant scenes, will sail on the Oct. 25 cruise to the Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands. Daniel Baron, winemaker for the Napa Valley’s Silver Oak Cellars, will sail on the Paul Gauguin’s cruise Dec. 3, 2014, to the Tuamotus and Society Islands.
Express Ticketing have added Honeymoon Worldwide Holidays and Tahiti Nui Vacations to their list of preferred partners, giving members some great new holiday, honeymoon and leisure options for their customers.
Honeymooon Worldwide Holidays understand and value that a honeymoon is a most treasured beginning of a new couples’ life together and will therefore strive to make it the most unforgettable experience.
“We want your honeymoon, anniversary or romantic holiday to be remembered and talked about for a long time, so let us share in your joy and you won’t be disappointed.”
Honeymoon Worldwide Holidays where: “Your honeymoon means the world to us!”
Tahiti Nui Vacations are one of Australia’s leading Tahiti specialists. If your clients are looking at planning a Honeymoon, vacation or simply a break you can rely on Tahiti Nui Vacations’ extensive understanding of each and every property and their entire range of villas, suites and bungalows that they feature within their exclusive collection.
Paul Gauguin Cruises is offering savings of $800 to $4,500 per person on select 2014 Tahiti, French Polynesia and South Pacific voyages aboard the Paul Gauguin, and Caribbean and Europe sailings aboard Tere Moana, when booked by Nov. 9.
For example, the seven-night “Tahiti & the Society Islands” cruise on Paul Gauguin departing March 29 and April 5 are now priced from $3,995 per person instead of $4,895. And a seven-night cruise from Colón, Panama, to St. Maarten on Tere Moana departing March 15 is priced from $2,195 per person instead of $2,995.
Resort’s Lagoon Restaurant by Jean-Georges Vongerichten to feature a special menu from Spice Market u ntil November 4, 2013
Bora Bora – October 17, 2013 – Discerning travelers and foodies can experience the flavors of New York’s acclaimed Spice Market restaurant while holidaying in stunning Bora Bora by way of a specially tailored menu – available for a limited time only – at the St. Regis Bora Bora’s Lagoon restaurant, a signature aussi establishment by the renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Inspired by Vongerichten’s travels to Southeast Asia, the Spice Market menu showcases the dynamic appeal of the kitchen area of That offert at Lagoon as a tasting menu. With Each new dish, Including the Spiced Chicken Samosas with coriander yoghurt sauce, or the Wahoo with Malaysian Chilli Sauce, Thai Basil Broccoli and Baby Corn , Lemongrass and Chilli g uests can magically experience flavors Would you find at a Vietnamese street market or at a Thai food stall. This special menu, available from now up to November 4, 2013, was put together by Aline Engels, Manager at Lagoon Restaurant by Jean Georges. Guests can aussi enjoy specially concocted savory cocktails like the Lychee Raspberry Bellini, Ginger Margarita gold Spicy Bangkok Punch while enjoying inspiring views Mount Otemanu and the soothing turquoise waters of Bora Bora. In addition to this limited time menu, foodies can enjoy the Resort’s new Italian restaurant, Far Niente, Adding to the three on-website dining options currently available. . St. Regis Bora Bora offers the MOST out of any eateries Resort in French Polynesia For more information, please visit: www.stregis.com / borabora .
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About The St. Regis Bora Bora
Set amidst lush unspoiled surroundings and pristine waters, guests enjoy spectacular views of the main island of Bora Bora as well as the mystical Mount Otemanu, towering over the Pacific Ocean, with the remote islands of Tahaa and Raiatea on the horizon. St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora is protected by self-contained saltwater lagoons and designed to complement the surrounding landscape. The resort features a manmade “hoa” – a Tahitian inlet That Utilizes the ocean tides and currents – that Provides deep ocean water to the lagoon, replenishing fresh nutrients to sustain the abundant variety of native fish and stingrays. For more information visit www.stregis.com/borabora
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort features 100 exquisitely designed over-water and beach villas, many with terrace whirlpools or private swimming pools, the one-, two-and three-bedroom villas ranks in size from 1,550 square feet to the resort’s ultra-luxurious 13,000-square-foot Royal Estate, fittingly set apart in a secluded cove. The resort’s accommodations showcase exotic woods and regional art and pamper guests with private outdoor showers, Pratesi linens and Acqua di Parma amenities. Aussi Guests enjoy 42-inch plasma televisions, Bose DVD / CD players and high-speed Internet Throughout Their villas.
Silversea’s Newest Expedition Ship
Leading, ultra-luxury cruise operator Silversea, renowned for its prestigious ships and exotic locations, is to sail to even more remote and stunning destinations from 2014 with the arrival of its newest expedition ship, the 128-guest Silver Discoverer.
Aboard Silver Discoverer, guests will be able to explore remote areas of Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia in addition to the Russian Far East, Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Australia, including one of its hidden treasures, the Kimberley. This vast area in North West Australia is just slightly smaller than Thailand and about 500 times the size of Singapore.
The small-sized ship, the eighth in Silversea’s fleet, will become part of the Silversea Expedition fleet, which already includes Silver Explorer and Silver Galapagos. Since launching in 2008, Silversea Expeditions has established itself as the world’s leading, ultra-luxury expedition cruiseline enabling guests to view extraordinary scenery; get closer to marine life and wildlife; as well as viewing first hand some of the world’s last wildernesses in a manner that is sympathetic to the environment. All this is offered aboard authentic expedition ships with some of the world’s leading expedition experts.
Silver Discoverer is undergoing a major refurbishment prior to entering service on 1st March 2014 and will consist of five suite categories. She can accommodate up to 128 guests and has extensive facilities onboard including 12 Zodiac boats and a glass-bottom boat for unique exploration of marine life; a swimming pool; a gym and beauty salon; a restaurant and pool grill; a lecture room for in-depth stories and briefings about the destinations and a panoramic lounge. She weighs 5,218 tonnes, is 338 feet long and 51 feet wide.
Guests will benefit from the huge knowledge and experience of the highly-qualified Silversea Expeditions team consisting of 11 experts, from expedition leaders, divemasters and marine biologists to historians, geologists and naturalists.
Enzo Visone, CEO of Silversea, commented: “It’s fitting that, in our 20th anniversary year, our newest ship will continue the Silversea tradition of reaching some of the most remote areas of the world. Silver Discoverer will bring our guests even closer to dramatic landscapes, historic locations, and ecologically important destinations – all in the comfort of one of the finest expedition ships operating today with all the trappings that our guests have come to expect of Silversea.”
Silver Discover’s 2014 voyages are on sale from 10th September 2013 for all 2014 voyages. Details are available at www.silversea.com
Highlights of Silver Discoverer’s 2014 voyages:
The Kimberley – Australia’s Hidden Treasure – April 2014 – 11 days
Thundering waterfalls, plunging gorges, Aboriginal rock art, deserted beaches and fewer people per square mile than almost any other place on earth – this is The Kimberley. Cruise by Zodiac through an untamed wilderness, searching for eagles and ospreys in the mangroves, and mud flats, and keeping an eye out for saltwater crocodiles. Witness the spectacular tidal change at Montgomery Reef, view King George’s towering twin falls plunging over 551 feet, experience the sheer vastness of Mitchell Falls from a helicopter, photograph the spectacular Bungle Bungles with their black and orange bands. Embark in either Darwin or Broome, Western Australia.
Wild Siberia: The Sea of Okhotsk – June 2014 – 19 days
Long closed to Westerners, the Russian Far East is one of the planet’s least explored and most remarkable destinations. Here you’ll find untouched forests, pristine tundra and vast amounts of wildlife: brown bears for hunting salmon, basking seals and sea lions in the thousands, millions of seabirds breeding and feeding their young. Even whales, including the rare western Grey Whale, have begun to return to the Sea of Okhotsk. From Sakhalin and the western Kamchatka Peninsula to the Kuril Islands, this voyage explores the remote region where nature has exceeded herself, and travellers have only begun to set foot. Highlights included cruising by Zodiac to search for bears, arctic foxes, sea otters, seals, whales and the mighty Steller Sea Eagle; photographing smoking, snow-caped volcanoes; exploring rivers with salmon as they roar through taiga forests and following in the historic wake of legendary explorer, Vitus Bering, the founder of Petropavlovsk. Embark and disembark in Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan.
The Many Faces of Indonesia – March 2014 – 17 days
Labelled as “The Country of a Thousand Islands”, Indonesia is in fact a country of over 17,000 islands sprinkled across the Indian and Pacific Oceans between Malaysia and Australia. The world’s largest archipelago is an astonishingly beautiful nation with its powdery white beaches, sparkling turquoise seas, jade landscapes and misty volcanoes. Highlights of this 17-day voyage include visiting Komodo Island and enjoying close encounters with the world’s largest lizard; snorkeling with dazzling tropical fish; and going on a “mock” whale hunt with the whalers of Lamalera.
Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia – November 2014 – 18 days
From Cairns in Australia to Auckland, New Zealand via some of the most remote atolls in the Pacific Ocean. You will experience some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world, as well as participate in local traditional ceremonies and learn about ancient customs. The fleet of Zodiac boats enable Silversea guests to visit small islands and atolls simply not possible with larger ships. Among the highlights are the chance to explore the Phoenix Islands protected area in Kiribati, Bora Bora and New Caledonia, the Cook Islands, Kennedy Island also known as Plum Pudding Island in Solomon Islands, Luganville and Champagne Beach in Vanuatu.
Silversea has an exclusive partnership with the world renowned Royal Geographical Society which today continues its long tradition of supporting scientific research around the globe. This partnership gives Silversea guests exclusive access to in-depth background information and historical archive material about many of the destinations visited by the Silversea fleet. Through the highly qualified Silversea Expeditions staff, guests will benefit from daily briefings to explain the wildlife, nature and geography of destinations visited, supported by RGS material, such as maps and artifacts, as well as their geographical expertise.
LILLIAS WHITE AND LEWIS BLACK JOIN AUDRA MCDONALD, SUTTON FOSTER, LEA SALONGA, BRIAN STOKES MITCHELL AND OTHER BROADWAY STARS
FOR PLAYBILL®’S BROADWAY ON THE HIGH SEAS 4 CRUISE
March 20-29, 2014 Cruise Developed by Judy Perl Worldwide Travel
NEW YORK, NY (October 16, 2013) Tony winner Lillias White (Fela!, The Life, Once On This Island) and Grammy-winning comedian and playwright Lewis Black (Running On Empty, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart”) join Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Lea Salonga, Sutton Foster, Christine Ebersole and Will Swenson for Playbill’s Broadway on the High Seas 4 cruise to French Polynesia. Playbill’s own Seth Rudetsky will return for his fourth year as music director, performer and host.
White and Black replace previously announced participants Rebecca Luker and Danny Burstein.
The fourth Broadway on the High Seas cruise—onboard the privately chartered, 150-cabin, five-star luxury liner m/s Paul Gauguin—will visit Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea and the surrounding French Polynesian Islands from March 20-29, 2014.
For reservations or information, contact Judy Perl Worldwide Travel at 1-866-572-7847 or via email to email@example.com, www.judyperltravel.com. Priced beginning at $7547 per person, based on double occupancy, plus $99 port/handling charge, packages include round-trip air from Los Angeles, gratuities, open bar, complimentary water sports, hotel packages and an entertainment itinerary packed with concerts, interviews, Broadway trivia, cocktail parties and late night gatherings with participating artists.
ABOUT BROADWAY ON THE HIGH SEAS (BOHS):
Playbill launched its popular Broadway on the High Seas cruise series, combining the finest in specialized, luxury cruising with the best of Broadway entertainment, in 2011 and has since catered to hundreds of theatre-lovers with a thirst for travel. Entertainers onboard Broadway on the High Seas have included Patti LuPone, Norm Lewis, Howard McGillin, Andrea Martin, Lewis Black, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Christine Ebersole, Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, Sherie Rene Scott and Debra Monk. Seth Rudetsky serves as performer and musical director. www.PlaybillCruise.com
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