Elsa and Anna are sisters and princesses of Arendelle. Elsa has magical powers, that allows her to create snow and ice. While the two sisters find is very amusing, their parents, the King and Queen, are afraid that the powers will cause Elsa to someday hurt herself – or Anna. This concern turns out to be of good reason, and as a result Elsa distances herself from Anna.
After the death of the King and Queen, Elsa turns 21 and is supposed to lead the kingdom from this point on. But when her power spins out of control in front of the court, she is deemed as a monster and flees. Now it’s up to Anna and the friends, she makes along the way, to help Elsa. Can they make Elsa love herself? How can they break the spell of her icy powers and of her feeling so alone and alienated? And even more important: Is Elsa even willing to change?
The smash-hit Frozen is told in two acts and now includes new songs and story material! The stage production features more than twice as much music as the film. Tony award-winner Michael Grandage directs the musical, which expands upon the 2013 animated film. Oscar-winning duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez have penned multiple new songs to accompany the well-known tunes of the movie (including the Oscar-winning 'Let It Go'), and the movie’s screenwriter and co-director Jennifer Lee returns to write the book. Tony award-winner Rob Ashford choreographs.