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Ebersole, Pedi, Rudetsky and More Appear On R Family Cruises

R Family Cruises, the cruise line started by actress Rosie O'Donnell along with Kelli O'Donnell, has announced an exciting talent lineup of Broadway stars for its 5th annual cruise from New England to Canada.

In addition to O'Donnell, the talent will include Christine Ebersole,Andrea McArdle, Christine Pedi,Lillias WhiteKlea Blackhurst,  Brenda  Braxton, Bernard Dotson, Dan LoBuono, Colin Sheehan,Chuck Saculla, Ron Kellum, Susan Ziller, Anne Steele, Andrew Keenan Bolger, Jake Wilson, Brooke Elliott, Ann Van Cleave, Haviland Stilwell, Craig Ramsey, LeRoi Freeman, and James Wesley

Seth Rudetsky will be the Musical Director and Michael Lee Scott and Tammy Colucci will be choreographers.

The itinerary for the upcoming cruise follows: depart from New York (July 13), at sea (July 14), Saint John, New Brunswick (July 15), Halifax, Nova Scotia (July 16), Bar Harbor, ME (July 17), Provincetown, MA (July 18), Newport, RI (July 19) and return to New York (July 20).

The mammoth Norwegian Dawn features the Stardust Theatre, a plush, comfortable, full-sized theatre; the Spinnaker Lounge, a large cabaret with different arrays of chairs and tables and a full bar; the Fitness Center, which is open 24 hours a day and includes treadmills, a spin-cycle room, weight machines and free weights; numerous pools and hot tubs on the ship's top deck as well as a more private indoor pool downstairs from the health club; Gatsby's Champagne Bar, which adjoins the piano bar; an internet cafe with approximately 20 computers; the Dazzles Lounge and Night Club; the Java Café; the El Dorado Spa & Beauty Center; a Las Vegas-style casino; a jogging track and a basketball/volleyball court. 

For more information please visit www.rfamilyvacations.com.

Photo Credit Linda Lenzi


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