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Carnival Cruise Line has unveiled a new state of the art studio complex in Davie, Florida.

Carnival is upping its game when it comes to entertainment shows thanks to the opening of its brand new state of the art rehearsal space studio. The new studio is located near the Carnival Cruise Line headquarters in Davie, Florida and is the place where all the show staff and dancers put together their amazing moves and steps.

Sarah Beth Reno, Carnival’s vice president of entertainment, said:

“Whether it’s our elaborate production shows, our popular rock bands or solo artists performing throughout the ship, entertainment is a huge part of the Carnival vacation experience and this spectacular rehearsal space provides us with unprecedented opportunities to develop exciting new choices for our guests.”

The new complex called “Carnival Studios” has been under development for three years and is a space where team members can come together and train for upcoming performances and shows on ships throughout the fleet. The expansive space encompasses eight dedicated music studios, five full-stage dance studios, a training room, a green room and offices for the line’s entertainment department many of whom will be relocating to the Davie campus.

Chris Nelson, Carnival’s senior director of entertainment, said:

“We designed the space to encourage interaction and engagement between everyone who works on our shows – from cast members and musicians to technicians and backstage crew.” “It is in these sometimes intentional and sometimes impromptu collaborations that the strongest ideas take shape, inspiring synergy and building relationships that last a lifetime,” he added.

Carnival Studios is 44,500 square feet and the cruise line will be able to use stunning technologies along with catering for the very best talent on offer.

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