I don’t know if you remember what it was like when Frozen first came out, but the Internet was essentially just a platform for “Let It Go” covers and nothing else. And then there were those hot parents singing “Love Is An Open Door” to put all other parenting to shame. It was a great time for sorority girls everywhere.
I, like everyone else in the world, became obsessed with Frozen. I eventually downloaded the album, memorized the word to every song, and begged my boyfriend to duet with me on numerous occasions. After I bought the DVD on the day it was released in stores, I made everyone I know watch it with me. My mom bought me several Olaf desk accessories. My best friend at work got me a stuffed animal Sven that makes reindeer noises. I even have a shirt that says “I like warm hugs.” I obviously don’t wear it in public, but I freaking love it nonetheless.
So, as you can imagine, it is very exciting for me to announce that Disney will be bringing Frozen to Broadway in the spring of 2018. It will join the current classics, The Lion King and Aladdin, to take the world by storm once again (literally). My greatest hope is to get caught on one of their planes, like these people with the cast of The Lion King, and be serenaded by my two favorite princesses. I would absolutely need resuscitation after such a performance. #Dead
While 2018 is a long way away, you can get excited for a “pre-broadway engagement” (AKA first viewings) that will play in the summer of 2017 at Buell Theater in Denver, CO. Just saying, you might find me in Colorado next summer with my own personal, handmade flurry singing along like the overgrown child I am. Tickets aren’t for sale quite yet, but you can enter your email at the musical’s website to receive updates.
Until then I’ll just be practicing my renditions of Ana and her songs and dreaming about the choreography to come..