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Frozen Denver Tickets
Frozen Denver Tickets
Based on Disney’s Oscar award-winning animated film Frozen, Disney Theatrical Group’s Frozen: The Musical adapts this fan-favorite movie to the stage. Brought to life by director Michael Grandage, the stage musical version of Elsa and Anna’s story has celebrated three seasons and is attended by over 11,000 fans each week. With music by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, Frozen delivers familiar songs from the hit movie while incorporating new music, a unique storyline, detailed costumes and exciting special effects.
"Let It Go" — to Denver
Adapted from Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen, Disney’s Frozen took the world by storm in 2013. Following the success of the movie, Disney Theatrical Group began working on a musical adaptation of the film. With Tony Award-winning director Michael Grandage working alongside Frozen’s original writing team, Frozen: The Musical came to Denver’s Buell Theatre for a tryout in 2017 to a collective audience of 126,000 people over 47 shows. Using lessons learned from the Denver performances, the creative team reworked the music and choreography before its Broadway debut. Frozen opened on Broadway on March 22, 2018. The musical quickly broke the opening box office record at St. James Theatre in New York, grossing over $2.2 million in eight shows. Still playing on Broadway, a second Frozen show is touring North America, bringing the icy performance to major cities across the continent.
Where can I buy Frozen Denver tickets?
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Who is in the cast of Frozen: The Musical?
When you see Frozen in Denver, you’ll witness performances by the musical’s North American tour cast. Bringing Elsa and Anna’s story to the stage, the cast includes Caroline Bowman as Elsa, Caroline Innerbichler as Anna, F. Michael Haynie as Olaf, Mason Reeves as Kristoff and Austin Colby as Hans.
Is Frozen: The Musical in Denver a family-friendly show?
Many young fans are familiar with Disney’s animated film Frozen. Performances of Frozen: The Musical in Denver are intended for children ages eight and older. Disney does not recommend the musical for children under the age of four.
What is the plot of Frozen: The Musical?
While still retaining the core story of sisters Anna and Elsa, Frozen: The Musical’s plot differs from that of its animated counterpart. Elsa, as in the movie, attempts to protect her sister and the people around her from her icy powers by fleeing from the kingdom. Anna, ever searching for love, pursues her. Seeking to bring fresh insights to the well-known story, the musical delves deeper into themes surrounding Elsa’s isolation and Anna’s search for meaning.
Which songs will I hear at Frozen: The Musical in Denver?
Fans attending a performance of Frozen in Denver will recognize familiar songs from the movie. You’ll hear live performances of "Let It Go," "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?," "Love Is an Open Door" and "For the First Time in Forever" among others. The musical also features original songs such as "What Do You Know About Love?" sung by Anna and Kristoff, "A Little Bit of You" sung by Young Elsa and Young Anna and "True Love" featuring Anna.
When will Frozen: The Musical return to Denver?
Frozen previously arrived in Denver in 2017. The musical’s North American tour takes it across the continent, staying in host cities for about one to four weeks. Look out for available tickets at StubHub when Frozen returns to Colorado’s capital.
What awards has Frozen: The Musical won?
Frozen: The Musical won a Drama Desk Award in 2018 for Outstanding Puppet Design. The hit musical was also nominated for three Tony Awards in 2018: Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score Written for the Theatre.Back to Top