Frozen – The Musical at St. James Theatre

Frozen - The Musical Tickets

St. James Theatre | New York City, New York

The breathtaking St James Theatre is prepared to make your Tuesday night absolutely fantastic, when Frozen the Musical comes to it’s stage on Tuesday 10th November 2020. This fan-favorite performance has a history of playing to sold-out crowds and receives frequent five-star ratings from critics alike. The 3 Tony Award Nominee Musical has been blowing away audiences all over the country with their evoking performance. If you adore theatre, then you can join the growing list of Frozen – The Musical fans, who are naming this the can’t miss show of 2020. So this November, on Tuesday 10th November 2020 be sure to save the date for an amazing show, only at the St James Theatre. Click the Buy Tickets button below to get yours now!

Frozen - The Musical at St James Theatre

When Frozen: The Musical premiered in the Buell Theatre in August 2017, critics didn’t know what to say. Even after mixed reviews, the general agreement was that the show had huge potential. The Denver Post wrote that it was “Fun but not transporting”. Some critics wondered if the songs could really hold up the expansion of the story quite like the original one did, especially when the score expanded from 8 songs to 20. While reviews felt that the play was a little padded in parts, it was clear to all that Disney Theatrical Productions may have hit gold on the project. That’s why Michael Grandage was called in to help elevate the production during its current Broadway tour. The show tells the story of Elsa and Anna in a story of sacrifice and true love with an evocative winter imagery that manages to capture the magic of the animated film. Original composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez returned to bolster the plot expansions with new music. Altogether, Disney Theatrical Productions took the reviews to heart and created an incredible experience that will be enjoyed for generations.

Frozen - The Musical at St James Theatre

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