During my daily reports I didn't talk too much about the entertainment onboard. This was as a result of our schedule, where we didn't get to see alot of the showroom entertainment.
It was explained to us that HAL has put a program in place, they call "Stars at Sea". With this they are attempting to bring higher quality entertainers onboard who are able to not only be part of the production shows, but also carry some shows on their own.
There will still be the occassional comedian, magician or such. But they will be limiting their "fly in entertainment" program.
So it appears you can expect much more musical entertainment in the showroom as opposed to "headline" acts.