Stranahan Theater | Toledo, Ohio
The welknown hit Frozen‘s got a lot to amaze us with, but its visual elements are the premier part. The movie might be gorgeously animated, but audiences should expect no less on stage from Disney’s Broadway adaptation. The sets are dashing and elaborate, and the costumes bring the world of Arendelle to life. Of course, the highlight in terms of theatrics has to be “Let It Go,” which involves Elsa’s dress reveal just as does in the film. It’s a striking moment that plays even better in real life. And what makes it even more awesome is the added effect of the “snow” fall, which covers the entire audience with white flakes. Frozen - The Musical will leave you with a brisk, feel-good winter wonderland feeling no matter what season it is. Order your ticket now!
The adaptation of Frozen for the stage reimagines the 2013 animated movie with the same enthralling title. This stage performance integrates music and lyrics by accomplished composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, along with a intriguing book crafted by noted playwright Jennifer Lee. The spectacular Broadway debut unveiled itself in 2018 at the St. James Theatre.
This musical interpretation of Frozen explores the deep-rooted bond between royal siblings Anna and Elsa, who happen to be an adorable sisterly connection. Elsa, possessing the extraordinary power to freeze people and objects, works to dominate her magical abilities. To ensure the safety of her family and the whole realm of Arendelle, she dedicates her early life separated from her sister. Following the demise of their parents, Elsa takes to the throne. However, when her unique powers are revealed, she opts to depart, resulting in Arendelle to plummet into an eternal winter.
While traversing the narrative, the destination contains some surprising twists. Some elements pop up out of nowhere and may not exactly fit seamlessly. Nevertheless, the most significant revelation—the one that changes the game in terms of conveying messages found in Disney animated classics across many decades—is profoundly meaningful not only for the younger female viewers, but also for all viewers. It’s so an original notion that it evokes a wish for every aspect of the film to meet the identical brilliant standard,” stated critic Roger Ebert in relation to the Disney animated film.
Brace yourselves for an extravagant winter musical treat with Frozen the Musical! The beloved family-friendly musical production brings forth your beloved Disney characters onto the stage in a production that surpasses expectations. Encompassing popular songs like “Let it Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” crafted by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, it’s almost impossible not to join in with pure delight! Adapted from one of Disney’s finest animated films to date, the classic story of Anna and Elsa remains ever enchanting. Join them as they embark on a voyage of self-discovery and embrace their inner strength. Head over to the Stranahan Theater on Saturday 20th April 2024 to behold the enchantment of Frozen! This unforgettable night calls for your participation. Secure your family’s spots promptly by choosing ‘BUY TICKETS.’ And be quick before the performance is fully booked!