Broadway's 'Frozen' musical set to play in Singapore in February


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'Frozen' musical features a full score, including 12 new songs from the original Academy Award-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez written especially for the stage. Photo: Disney Theatrical Productions/Base Entertainment Asia

The Broadway musical version of the hit animated movie Frozen will be staged at Marina Bay Sands’ Sands Theatre in Singapore in February next year.

This will be the highly anticipated stage production’s only stop in South-East Asia and will play for a strictly limited season from Feb 5.

Adapted from the 2013 Disney movie which spawned the hit song Let It Go, Frozen features a full score, including 12 new songs from the original Academy Award-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez written especially for the stage.

The musical premiered on Broadway in 2018 and closed after two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It has since travelled to various cities in the United States and Australia, as well as London, Tokyo and Hamburg.

Ticket sales start on Sept 30. A waitlist for tickets is now open at this website.

Frozen is produced by Disney Theatrical Productions – a division of The Walt Disney Studios which previously staged musicals The Lion King (2011 and 2018) and Aladdin (2019) in Singapore – and presented by Base Entertainment Asia. - The Straits Times/Asia News Network

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