Frozen The Musical Los Angeles CA Tickets
Frozen, the film, was one of the highest grossing animated films ever and is now being converted to a musical. Going by the wide acclaim for Disney's Aladdin, which was released on Broadway in 2014, and the Lion King in 1997, Broadway's Frozen is likely to be the next big success. The new Broadway musical has now introduced 12 new songs and relies on the old classics as well. However, it comes with a twist. The musical is being presented to its audience, required to be at least 8 years old, with a new feminist twist. The musical will focus more on the relationship between the two sisters, Elsa and Anna, rather than the romance in the film. Frozen the musical Los Angeles CA tickets are available for purchase now.
Leading the cast are Cassie Levy as Elsa, and Patti Murin as her spunky sister, Anna. According to the Guardian, "Broadway's Frozen is a good show..it offers most of the pleasures that we count on Broadway Musicals to provide". Surprisingly, the most praise was earned by a relatively inconsequential character, Sven - the reindeer. Critics found his performance to be "pure theatre and pure magic".
The musical is 2.5 hours long on Broadway, inclusive of a fifteen-minute break. Frozen the musical Los Angeles CA tickets prices range from $30 to $160. Since its release, the movie Frozen has received wide acclaim. In the year, 2013, Frozen was the highest grossing animated film in history as well as the third highest grossing original film.
The very well known story of the musical Frozen centers around the sororal love between two sisters, Anna and Elsa. Deviating from the traditional Disney narrative, while the story does focus on love, it does not focus on romantic love. Rather, romantic love between Hans and Anna, as well as Kristoff and Elsa, takes a back seat to the familial themes present in the film. With Jalani Aladin playing the lead romantic role of Kristoff, the non-traditional casting in frozen has also caught the public eye. Kristoff in the animated film was not a person of color, as he is in the Broadway version. The musical seems to be breaking some barriers with a modern inclusivity, and a feminist outlook.