Coming to Broadway in Spring of 2018 is Disney's smash hit, Frozen! Just steps from the heart of Times Square in New York, Frozen will bring crowds to their feet at St. James Theatre. This is your chance to be among the first to be notified when tickets for Frozen on Broadway are available to buy!
Disney's rich history of its films on Broadway has fans of the hit film excited. Following the continued successes of amazing adaptations of Disney films like The Lion King and Aladdin, fans are clamoring to see the Frozen musical come to life on stage. Frozen on Broadway is going to be one of the hottest shows for theatergoers of all ages in years, so don't hesitate!
While you can visit theatres around the country and see the production, now is your opportunity to get Frozen the musical tickets when the Broadway version raises the curtain.
Are you unfamiliar with Frozen and want to know more about the show before attending? Continue reading to learn more background on the story, songs, and cast.
Frozen follows the story of Anna and Elsa, sisters whose kingdom has become trapped in an everlasting winter following the revelation that Elsa harbors magical powers that she is trying to control. Along with help from a mountaineer named Kristoff, Anna sets off to find Elsa and help her break the spell that has fallen over the kingdom. Along the journey, the audience is treated to lessons on life, family, and staying true to one’s self.
Due to its incredible popularity in the United States and beyond, Disney’s Frozen is the world’s ninth-highest grossing film of all time. Disney recommends Frozen for ages six and older.
Caissie Levy takes on the role of Elsa in the Broadway version. Levy made her Broadway debut in the role of Penny Pingleton in Hairspray and was also Elphaba in the Los Angeles company of Wicked.
She is joined by Patti Murin as Anna. Murin made her Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated disco musical Xanadu and also has ties to Wicked, performing as Glinda on tour.
Jelani Alladin takes on the role of Kristoff, Anna’s traveling companion, while Greg Hildreth will delight audiences as comedic snowman Olaf. Hildreth previously appeared in productions of Peter and the Starcatcher and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Some songs to look forward to include “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”—a heartfelt composition sung by a young Anna who just wants to spend time with her sister. “Love Is an Open Door” is a romantic duet that kids and adults will both enjoy as well. The showstopper, however, will be “Let It Go,” a triumphant song about breaking the binds society places on individuality that also won the film an Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Fans of the Disney movie will undoubtedly want to be the first in line to purchase Frozen Broadway tickets so they can sing and dance to their favorite songs at this live-action performance.