Frozen The Musical is live music featuring songs and music by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and lyrics by Jennifer Lee. The musical features an all-female cast featuring Idina Menzel (Elsa) and Idina Menzel (Anna), along with Lin-Manuel Miranda (King Hans) as the narrator. This production was first announced at the New York Film Festival. Frozen The Musical has opened in various theatres across North America. There are no current productions in Toronto. The production features the hit songs “Let It Go”, “Love Is An Open Door” Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” It is set to premiere in Chicago at the Marquee Theatre in January of 2021.
Frozen is an animated film based upon the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. The film features a number of amazing visual effects such as computer animation, special visual effects, practical makeup, stonework, puppetry, and live singing. The story revolves around the romance between two young sisters who happen to be princesses, Anna and Elsa. During a family holiday, a blizzard causes them to freeze together. After years of trying to win the love of their father, Anna and Elsa becomes lovers. Frozen The Musical also stars Bobby Cannavale as Gaston, Ashley Greene as Rapunzel, Jonathan Slatter as Michael, and Kevin Burke as Oaken.
The musical features an all-star voice cast, with the notable performances coming from Lin-Manuel Miranda (as King Hans), Ashley Greene (as Rapunzel), Jonathan Slatter (as Michael), Kevin Burke (as Oaken), Bobby Cannavale (as Gaston), Idina Menzel (as Anna), and David Hyde Pierce (as Hans). This musical was created by the Disney Imagineers, who has created several Disney characters over the past few years. Frozen The Musical has received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. The musical was created and choreographed by award-winning director Jennifer Lee and is currently set to premiere in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Dallas, and New York City. In addition to the Broadway, Frozen The Musical will be making its way to other theatres across North America.