Frozen – The Musical at Moran Theatre

Frozen - The Musical Tickets

Moran Theater At Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts | Jacksonville, Florida

Frozen - The Musical

For this exciting spring, go on an adventure back to the Kingdom of Arendelle in Disney's Frozen the Musical at the Moran Theater At Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday 24th April 2024! Adapted from Disney’s Academy Award-winning film, this stage sensation features music and lyrics created by multi-awarded songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The show brings to the forefront 12 new original songs written for the Broadway stage, including “Monster” and “A Little Bit of You,” paired with 7 iconic hits from the film, including the breathtaking “Let It Go.” Relive the story of royal sisters Elsa (Caroline Bowman) and Anna (Lauren Nicole Chapman) during their journey on a dangerous expedition of ice and dedication to rescue their kingdom. Join their quest alongside Olaf (Jeremy Davis), Kristoff (Dominic Dorset), and Sven (Collin Baja or Dan Plehal), and cross blades against the deceitful Prince Hans (Will Savarese)! It’s a awe-inspiring reinterpretation of a beloved classic in this two-hour presentation brimming with breathtaking moments, masterful use of puppets, and flawless costumes. Witness the LIVE musical adaptation of Disney’s Frozen on Wednesday 24th April 2024 at the Moran Theater At Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts, located in Florida. Secure your tickets now!

The musical adaptation of Frozen made its debut as one of the most eagerly anticipated family-friendly theatrical productions. Adapted from the praised 2013 Disney animated movie Frozen, which garnered extensive praise, this musical spectacle was officially announced by Disney's Chairman Bob Iger in collaboration with Disney Theatrical Productions, on January 13, 2014. The musical’s journey included a pre-Broadway preview in Denver from August 17 to October 1, 2017. Broadway was graced with the musical’s presence as previews commenced on February 22, 2018, at the iconic St. James Theatre, followed by its grand debut on March 22, 2018. The production crew saw this endeavor as a chance to delve deeper into the characters’ backstories and motivations. Consequently, several high-energy sequences from the original film were trimmed, providing more time to highlight the internal struggles of the individuals. As a result, the musical runs for about twenty minutes longer than its cinematic original.

The Guardian, when discussing of the musical, commended its strengths, stating, “It evolves into a uniquely magical creation, featuring creative inventions and even a couple of recently written songs (among which stands out a bold and comedic number, emerging unexpectedly to satirize the Scandinavian concept of hygge, as unclothed characters conga out of a sauna). Beyond the consistently exceptional vocal performances and the impressive stagecraft, what truly surprises is the authentic emotional resonance in the portrayal of the profound bond between the two tormented sisters.”

The everlasting tale of two princesses from Arendale continues to enthrall audiences. The narrative, which perfectly portrays the bond between sisters as they embark on a journey of self-discovery, is both universally relatable and intimately touching. With that said, Frozen the Musical guarantees a not-to-be-missed experience for families of all sizes this spring. Whether you're familiar with the original film or not, this spellbinding journey into a magical winter realm will astound you. FROZEN THE MUSICAL is making its way Jacksonville, Florida for an anticipated run. Come and experience the indomitable bond of two sisters at the Moran Theater At Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday 24th April 2024! This show promises joy for every age group, so bring your whole family to immerse in the enchanting world of this magical Disney interpretation. Secure your tickets for Frozen the Musical right now!

Frozen - The Musical at Moran Theater At Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts

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