The first photo of Anna, Elsa, Sven, and Hans is here and I have to admit I am a bit relieved! When the first sketches of the costumes were released last week, I was concerned that the costumes veered too far away from the original garb in the movie. The producers of the production intend for the Broadway musical to be a bit different from the original movie but I think staying true to the original costumes will help bring the movie to life.
Christopher Oram, the designer for both the costumes and scenery, says that his style was influenced by a love of sci-fi and Disney movies. He also took a trip to Norway “that exposed him to the timber-based culture’s painterly, rosemaled design aesthetic and the region’s panoramas, all of which have wiggled their way into Frozen in major and miniature ways.
“When you start researching yourself, you realize you’re stumbling across the same images they found when they were making the movie. My hope is that we’ve taken it in another direction, which I hope is a parallel one where people say, ‘Oh, yes, that’s the dress,’ but now it’s on a real body, behaving in a real way,” says Oram.
Oram’s department can be credited with putting together a total of 363 amazing costumes.
Take a look at the official Frozen the Musical trailer:
What do you think of the costumes?
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