Send in the Clowns: Crystal Cruises Brings on Compedy Troupe

Crystal Cruises is bringing the Canadian improvisational comedy troupe, Vancouver TheatreSports League (VTSL), to Alaska this summer. 

With their own brand of interactive improv, the band of merry-makers will entertain guests with evening performances, participatory improv workshops, and other impromptu fun on Crystal Symphony’s July 8 and July 20 Alaska cruises.
VTSL can also be seen on two earlier Crystal Symphony sailings on the West Coast  this spring, starting with March 31’s “Treasures of Mexico” cruise and April 10’s “Pacific Escape” voyage.
The  League combines dramatic elements of comedy and tragedy with the enthusiasm and edge-of-your-seat excitement of professional sports. Similar in spirit to famous comedy improvisation groups like The Groundlings and Second City, the VTSL has spent over 30 years performing on stage and television  throughout the world, with five shows a night, 52 weeks a year in Vancouver,  in addition to 250 international private events annually.  
On board Crystal, all classes, presentations, and performances are always complimentary, as are activities like junior cruiser programs this summer and specialty restaurant dining in Nobu Matsuhisa’s Silk Road and Piero Selvaggio’s Prego.
The  troupe passes through their hometown of Vancouver on the July “Inside Passage  Discovery” and “Islands & Glaciers” Crystal Symphony cruises.   Round-trip from San Francisco, additional calls include Victoria, BC and  Sitka, Juneau, Skagway/Haines, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan, Alaska.
These  12-day Alaska itineraries start at $4,890/person, and include air  transportation from 24 North American gateways (or  generous air credit); $500/person “All  Inclusive—As You Wish” spending credits; and possible additional  savings for “New-to-Crystal” travelers  and/or for family and friend  groups of six or more via Crystal’s “Family Memories Program.”  
Crystal  Cruises’ service, choices, space, quality, and value have earned the luxe line  more “World’s Best” awards than any other cruise line, resort, or hotel in  history. 
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