- Oasis of the Seas - A beautiful ship to see, but boring productions to watch
In response to review, Sircruiseot says ...
I was on the same cruise and disagree about the entertainment. We saw Al Romas the first night . in the theater and his show was completely different than the adult show he did in the comedy room. We talked with him briefly one night and complimented him on having 2 different shows. If he was a disappointment why would you attend 3 shows?
Thank you for posting such a thoughtful review! I definitely appreciate the details observations. I notice that the entertainment trends are shifting a bit and I do not enjoy some of them as much as I used to. I believe cruise ship entertainment will continue to morph over time.
I have been on both the Oasis & her sister ship the Allure. One of the things I really enjoyed about the ships was the entertainment. I saw Cats on the Oasis and loved the show. But I can see how a comedian repeating jokes could fall flat. Now the Oasis is home-ported at my local Port Canaveral. I hope to sail her again. Yes, i think that the production shows will change. They will be using more lasers effects and less stage sets which are expensive.
Adding to my earlier post, if you were to see Chris Rock or Jerry Seinfeld 2 nights in a row, it would be the exact same show and those comics are paid a lot more than a cruise ship comedian. Again, I was complimentary toward him for having 2 different shows and offering 13 adult shows in the comedy club. I'm still not sure why you would go 3 times if you were disappointed.
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