The newest Broadway-style musical you see may be in the Caribbean or Mexico, or somewhere in between.
Princess Cruises announced Thursday that it's the first such entertainment partnership for the line.
The first musical to be produced will be called "Magic to Do." It's scheduled to debut aboard the Crown Princess next fall, according to a statement from Princess.
There are no details on a storyline, but "Magic" will feature some of Schwartz's most famous compositions. He'll write an original song for the show too.
Schwartz, who has worked in entertainment for more than four decades, in the 1970s wrote a one-act Broadway musical featuring magician Doug Henning called "The Magic Show."
He has won four Grammys and three Academy Awards, including best original song Oscars for "Colors of the Wind" from "Pocahontas" (1995), with
In the new show, special effects master Jim Steinmeyer will bring magic moments of illusions to the musical too. Other "Magic" team members include director Gabriel Barre (the national "Pippin" stage tour) and Don Franz (associate producer of stage shows of "The Lion King" and "Beauty and the Beast" on Broadway).