Prepare to fall in love with Disney’s Frozen all over again, as the brand-new theatrical experience, Frozen the Musical is now open at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
In Frozen the Musical, Incredible special effects, stunning costumes and jaw-dropping scenery bring Elsa and Anna’s journey to life in a whole new way. And with all the beloved songs from the movie – as well as a few surprises from the writers behind Let it Go – you’ll be transported to Arendelle from the moment the curtain rises.
Disney’s Frozen is brought to the stage by an award-winning creative team, with direction by Tony® and Olivier Award winner Michael Grandage and a book by Academy® and BAFTA Award winner Jennifer Lee. The show features the cherished songs from the original film alongside new songs by Grammy® and Academy Award-winning writers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.
Interview with Richard Frame from the cast of Frozen the Musical
Q: Why should everyone get along to see Frozen the Musical?
Richard: That’s a great question. I think everyone should see this show because it has the perfect combination of spectacular staging, show-stopping songs and incredible performances. It’s everything you could want in a musical. It feels fresh and new and I don’t think there is another show like it. Everyone involved in Frozen, from the creative team, to the actors and crew, have come together to create a really magical experience for audiences and anyone who comes to see it is in for a real treat!
There are some icy patches, so to speak, but for the most part, this is a decent and wholesome experience.
Chris Omaweng LondonTheatre1
FROZEN the Film
Disney’s “Frozen” is an animated musical film that captured the hearts of audiences around the world. Released in 2013, the film tells the story of two sisters, Elsa and Anna, who live in the kingdom of Arendelle. Elsa, the older sister, has the power to control ice and snow, but she struggles to control it, and her powers end up putting the entire kingdom in danger. It’s up to Anna and her friends to help Elsa control her powers and save the kingdom.
One of the things that made “Frozen” so successful was its music. The film’s soundtrack, which includes songs like “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman,” became a cultural phenomenon. The songs were written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and they went on to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Let It Go.”
But the success of “Frozen” wasn’t just about the music. The film’s characters also played a significant role in its popularity. Elsa and Anna are both strong, independent women who break away from the typical Disney princess mold. Elsa’s struggles with her powers and her relationship with Anna make her a complex and relatable character, while Anna’s determination and loyalty make her a lovable protagonist.
Another reason for the film’s success was its beautiful animation. The artists at Walt Disney Animation Studios spent years perfecting the animation, which is a stunning combination of traditional 2D animation and cutting-edge computer animation. The characters’ movements and facial expressions are incredibly lifelike, and the landscapes and backgrounds are breathtaking.
But “Frozen” is more than just a beautiful film with catchy music and likable characters. It’s also a story about the power of love, both romantic and familial. Elsa and Anna’s bond as sisters is at the heart of the film, and it’s their love for each other that ultimately saves the kingdom. The film also explores the idea that true love doesn’t have to be romantic, which is a refreshing departure from traditional Disney love stories.
In addition to its positive messages about love and family, “Frozen” also tackles the issue of self-acceptance. Elsa’s struggles with her powers and her fear of being rejected by those she loves are issues that many people can relate to. Her journey to accepting herself and her powers is a powerful message about the importance of self-love and self-acceptance.
Overall, “Frozen” is a magical and heartwarming film that has become a modern classic. Its music, characters, animation, and themes have all contributed to its success, and it’s sure to continue to be a favorite among audiences of all ages for years to come.
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Catherine Street London WC2B 5JF
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