Frozen The Musical is now on Broadway. Tickets are available for performances at Saint James Theater in New York City. Can’t get to New York anytime soon? We’ve got you covered with a special behind-the-scenes look at the many things involved in bringing the story of Frozen to dazzling life!
More than 40 actors and actresses make up the cast of Frozen the Musical. Queen Elsa is played by the talented Caissie Levy, who has a powerful voice that moves audiences during every performance. Actress Patti Marin plays the lovable Princess Anna, and she wears the trademark red braids very well.
The elaborate sets make the audience feel as though they are there in the castle during Elsa’s coronation. Then they feel the chill of the night air at Oaken’s Trading Post. The sets are so detailed and colorful, members of the audience feel like they’re right there on the North Mountain with Kristoff and Anna in the bitter cold.
The costumes are on point, as most of them are nearly identical to the ones we saw in the animated feature.
But perhaps the most lovable part of the entire production is Sven the Reindeer. In the animated feature, he’s the sidekick of Kristoff the Ice Harvester. In the Broadway show, he’s still Kristoff, but it takes a bit more Disney magic to bring him to life.
Believe it or not, the Broadway Sven is a puppet–an elaborately detailed puppet! And he is brought to life by master puppeteer Adam Jepsen.
Everything comes together beautifully in this magical Broadway production. The sets, special effects, ornate costuming, special effects and talented cast create a spectacular show that is in a class by itself. If you won’t be visiting the New York area in time for the show, at least take a peek at the promo trailer. The trailer alone is breathtaking!
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