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MIke from Denver, Colorado
SAW FROZEN LAST NIGHT
Fantastic! We went with another couple. He didn't see the movie and wasn't all that interested in going. By intermission he said he was speechless it was so good. The play allowed more time for relationships to develop. The little Elsa and Anna were great. We were curious about how they would handle Elsa's magic on a stage. It was so beyond our expectations...just go see it for yourself. This will be Disney's next Lion King. My prediction is it will sell out on Broadway for years. And maybe, just maybe, the Anna Halloween costume sales will finally catch up with Elsa sales. Anna is the real heroine.
Rebecca from Lafayette, Colorado
It was pure magic and wonder to see one of my favorite Disney movies come to life onstage. The special effects and sets were beyond stunning. The magical ice castle with glowing crystal shards, the backdrop of shifting northern lights, the majestic mountains and the huge castle doors. Caissie Levy's interpretation of Elsa was impeccable, and her powerful performance of "Let it Go" gave me chills. Patti Murin embodied the spunky and lovable Anna, Kristoff and Hans as well were brought to life wonderfully. And Sven the reindeer!! Costumes were gorgeous. I appreciate that Elsa's internal conflict was given expression. The message of conquering fear and hate with love is one that is simple and resonant for all ages. My only critique is that it is very unbelievable when Hans suddenly turns against Anna. I would have liked to see a little more complexity of his character from the beginning, perhaps a hint of his dark intentions revealed to the audience, if not to Anna.
Amanda from Highlands Ranch, Colorado
I was lucky enough to see Frozen September 14, 2017, and loved the show! The magic was put together with stunning technology and staging. The casting of both the younger and older Elsa and Anna are fantastic. I loved Olaf and Sven both were very well acted out. I had chills and goosebumps when Let It Go was performed, since I wondered how Disney could pull off the switch from coronation dress to the sparkly icey blue dress along with creating the ice palace. Disney did not disappoint! The new music is stunning and adds to character development. The sets and staging is very well done, very well choreographed. The only complaint I would have from the show is that they did away with the rock trolls, which would have been cool costumes if they kept them. I would highly recommend this show to other Disney lovers, children would love it and I hope it returns to Denver!
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