Did you hear that high-pitched noise?
It’s the sound of millions of girls squealing in delight as Disney Theatrical Group announces that the Walt Disney Animation Studios’ megahit, Frozen, is heading to Broadway. (And in the background, you may hear a few moms groan, as the Frozen-mania phenomena was, just recently and very slowly, beginning to die down…)
The tale of two sisters hits the stage as a Broadway musical in spring 2018, with about a dozen new songs written by the film’s original composers, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. These will, most likely, supplement such hits as “Do You Want To Build a Snowman” and the Academy Award-winning girl-power anthem for princesses-in-training, “Let It Go.” Fans can look forward to a pre-Broadway engagement in summer 2017.
Since 2014, just one year after the motion picture earned $1.28 billion at the global box office, fans have known Frozen was coming to Broadway – but no one knew when. Now, as the date looms closer, Disney Theatrical Group launched a Twitter account to keep fans up-to-date on news and details.
And there’s even more good news for Frozen fans, too. Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel), and Olaf (Josh Gad) will come to television for a Frozen holiday special, with no date or title set yet. Additionally, Frozen 2, the movie, is reportedly in the works.
As we wait for all this icy goodness, fans can tune in to Disney Channel this Sunday at 8 PM as the original movie makes its television debut. What better way for parents of little ones to enjoy Valentine’s Day than watching the most popular love story of this era?
Meanwhile, I’ll be starting a Frozen savings account for show tickets and all the merchandise that’s sure to accompany the play. Will you spend the big bucks to see Anna, Elsa and the gang live on Broadway?
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