NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line introduces new docuseries, “EMBARK – The Series”

   November 13, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line introduced a new docuseries, “EMBARK – The Series,” inviting fans to experience the Brand and enjoy a front-row seat to the highly-anticipated comeback.

The new docuseries kicks off with “EMBARK NCL Spotlight Series,” 2 episodes showcasing the Broadway and West End caliber entertainment offered across the fleet of Norwegian.

The first episode invites people into London UK’s West End Garrick Theatre for a reunion bringing together “The Choir of Man” cast for the first time in months. The episode includes performances of passenger favourites including “Save Tonight,” “Hello,” “Some Nights,” and “Escape (The Pina Colada Song),” as well as an inside look at how the cast is managing through the pandemic and how the performers are remaining optimistic.

Highly praised for its foot-stomping choreography, energy, and live music, “The Choir of Man” is a pub experience featuring ordinary guys performing everything from classic rock to sing-along classics. Set in a neighborhood pub, the new show highlights the importance of human connection and community through a series of poetry, intimate conversations, and songs.

Norwegian Encore cruise ship

In addition to its residency aboard Norwegian Encore and Norwegian Escape, “The Choir of Man” has performed around the world in iconic venues such as Washington DC's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Chicago's  Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, and just announced it will return to the Sydney NSW 's Opera House for the 3rd time beginning in February 2021.

Produced and directed by one of the creative minds behind “The Choir of Man,” Nic Doodson, the nearly 40-minute episode is expected to first stream live at ncl.com/embark on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 9:00 p.m. EST, prior to being made available on-demand.

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