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Ed Asner, Barbara Cook, RITA MORENO, Patricia Neal, Lee Roy Reams, GENA ROWLANDS AND KITTY Carlisle Hart TO BE AMONG LEGENDARY BROADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD GREATS HEADLINING FAMED THEATRE AT SEA'S 34TH THEATER CRUISE SAILING TO BALTIC JUNE 12-23 ABOARD 6-STAR ALL SUITE REGENT SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER

MIAMI---Cruise enthusiasts who cherish the thought of being aboard a glamorous ship filled with the Hollywood, Broadway and television stars who have brought them untold pleasures through the years, will have the opportunity to meet and mix with a group of legendary favorites when the six-star all suite Regent Seven Seas Voyager, sets sail June 12 on a 10-day Baltic Adventure aboard THEATRE AT SEA 34TH Theatre Cruise.

As the ship sails its way from Dover, England to Gothenburg, Visby, and Stockholm, Sweden; Warnemünde, Germany; Tallinn, Estonia; to the "White Nights Festival" in St. Petersburg, Russia, and "Midsummer's Eve" in Copenhagen, Denmark, passengers will be attending private parties with the stars, visit exciting ports of call, and enjoying optional one day-events in London prior to sailing; and in Copenhagen as the climax of the cruise on June 23.

With a cast that would illuminate the most distinguished Broadway stages or the most lavish Hollywood films, the stars of THEATRE AT SEA 2007 will be Ed Asner, winner of Emmy and Golden Globe awards, and a member of the Television Hall of Fame; Barbara Cook, recipient of Tony, Grammy and Drama Desk Awards and recent inductee into the Broadway Hall of Fame; Rita Moreno, one of the few actresses to win an Emmy, Grammy, an Oscar, and Tony Award; and the Grande Dame of THEATRE AT SEA, Academy and Tony Award winner Patricia Neal. 

Lee Roy Reams, described by the New York Times as "Broadway's song and dance man nonpareil," who is presently starring on Broadway as Roger DeBris in "The Producers," joins the all star cast; also Gena Rowlands, the internationally renowned film icon, whose latest film, "Paris, Je T'aime" was an official selection at this year's Cannes Film Festival; and illustrious special guest star, Broadway legend and Chairman Emeritus of the New York State Council of the Arts, Kitty Carlisle Hart.

All will perform on board the ship, providing extraordinary nights of theater—musical, comedy, drama--- in a kaleidoscope of scenes from great plays, as well as superlative sketches and songs from favorite musical hits. As the stage on which they will perform, the Regent Seven Seas Voyager has won international acclaim equal to its stars, having been voted by Ocean and Cruise News "ultra deluxe six-star category" for 12 consecutive years. With its exquisite accommodations and uncommonly generous space ratio for 700 guests, The Regent Voyager is one of the most luxurious ships afloat.

Prices for THEATRE AT SEA 2007, ranging from $5,367 to $18,367, represent a 35% discount over normal cruise fares. Round trip economy airfare is available for $1,000. Space is limited with travelers urged to join the band of actors and theatre-goers by writing for further information to

THEATRE AT SEA

135 Central Park West, Suite 4 South, New York, N.Y.; by calling 1-800-752-9732; via e-mail theatreatsea@aol.com; or online www.theatreatsea.com.

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