Frozen is the tale of two sisters looking for love, and a family who are pulled apart by a dark secret. Based on the 2013 Disney blockbuster, the stage adaptation of Frozen expands on the story with even more iconic songs and backstories of your favorite characters.
Why Watch Frozen
Frozen captured the imagination of families worldwide with an emotional story of sisterly bond at its core. Backed with a catchy soundtrack, it produced the global sensation “Let It Go”. The Broadway production is brought to you by the creators of the movie, so you can expect the source material to be honored. With stellar set design that beautifully captures the majesty and familiarity of Arendelle, you’re in for a magical ride back to Elsa and Anna.
Follow the story of Anna and Elsa, two sisters brought up in the same castle, but with literal and figurative walls between them. After their parents tragically die in a storm, Elsa must suppress her cryokinetic magic and become the Queen of Arendelle. But is it always that easy to let it go? Anna, on the other hand, has to bring the family together when a prince from the Southern Isles sets his eyes on her kingdom. Will she succeed and reunite with her sister? .
Kids | Families | Disney fans | Fantasy enthusiasts
“The girl-power message still runs deep in Disney's Broadway-bound version of its 2013 animated blockbuster Frozen. What's notably different are at least 10 new songs, the addition of full-fledged musical numbers, a more subdued color palette, and of course the characters are now played by humans who must tread the line between caricature and reality. The diverse, well-trained cast does all this and more.”
– The Hollywood Reporter
“The musical's reported development budget of $25 million to $30 million has been well-spent on grand gestures like the "Let It Go" metamorphosis, and on more nuanced details like the pillowy clouds that float past when the gloomy palace's doors are flung open to reveal beautiful skies. The scale of Arendelle's wooden palace is imposing, as is Elsa's mountain refuge.”
Know Before You Go
Frozen is intended for children at least 8 years old.
The theater has a seating capacity of 1,707. For tips on how to choose the best seats, you can refer to our St. James Theatre Seating Chart Guide.
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Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
Good we found tickets on time, it looked like they were going to be sold out soon.
The on-stage production is almost as good as the movie.. no regrets at all.
The girl that plays Anna is slightly screamy but the musical still rocks because Elsa is amazing.
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St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street, New York City