FROZEN arrives at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts

From the producer of The Lion King and Aladdin, Frozen, the best Tony-nominated musical, will play an exclusive 2-week premiere at the Au-Rene Theater from Wednesday March 9, 2022, with performances until Sunday March 20, 2022. Opening night is set for Thursday March 10, 2022 at 8 p.m.

Frozen stars Caroline Bowman as “Elsa” and Caroline Innerbichler as “Anna,” the sisters at the heart of the joy-filled musical. Joining them are main cast members F. Michael Haynie in “Olaf”, Mason Reeves in “Kristoff”, Jeremy Morse in “Weselton”, Collin Baja and Evan Strand alternately in “Sven”, as well as Olivia Jones (“Young Anna”), Arwen Monzon-Sanders (“Young Elsa”) and real-life sisters Natalie Grace Chan (“Young Elsa”) and Victoria Hope Chan (“Young Anna”).

The role of “Hans” will be played by Austin Colby from March 9-13 and by Ryan McCartan from March 17-20, 2022.

Frozen also features Caelan Creaser, Jeremy Davis, Kristen Smith Davis, Colby Dezelick, Michael Everett, Berklea Going, Michael Allan Haggerty, Tyler Jimenez, Hannah Jewel Kohn, Marina Kondo, Dustin Layton, Nika Lindsay, Tatyana Lubov, Adrianna Rose Lyons, Michael Milkanin, Kyle Lamar Mitchell, Tony Neidenbach, Jessie Peltier, Naomi Rodgers, Brian Steven Shaw, Daniel Switzer, Zach Trimmer, Brit West and Natalie Wisdom.

In Fort Lauderdale, Frozen will play Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m., Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. There will also be a matinee at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 10. VIP ticket packages, which include premium seat locations and a VIP fan pack, are also available.

Tickets are available at the Broward Center AutoNation Box Office, 201 SW Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33312, browardcenter.org or by calling 954.462.0222. Orders for groups of ten (10) or more can be placed by calling 954.660.6307. Ticket prices start at $40.75*.

All guests 2 years and older must wear an appropriate face covering inside the theater. Additionally, all guests 12 years and older must provide proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test or proof of full vaccination status. See the Guest Entry Policy at www.browardcenter.org/visit/guest-entry-policy for details on the site’s COVID-19 protocols. For accessibility questions or assistance related to COVID-19 policies, email [email protected] or call 954.462.0222.

There are currently five Frozen productions playing around the world, including Australia, Japan, London and Hamburg. The Tony®-nominated Best Musical ended its Broadway run in March 2020 after breaking four house records at the St. James Theatre.

Frozen was created for the stage by an award-winning team and features the songs you know and love from the original Oscar®-winning film, plus an expanded score with a dozen new numbers by the film’s songwriters, the Oscar-winning actress Kristen Anderson-Lopez and EGOT winner Robert Lopez. Joining them in a creative team that has won a total of 16 Tony Awards are Oscar winner Jennifer Lee (book), Tony and Olivier Award winner Michael Grandage (director), and Tony Award-winning Rob Ashford (choreographer).

Frozen’s creative team also includes set and costume design by two-time Tony and Olivier Award winner Christopher Oram, lighting design by six-time Tony Award winner Natasha Katz, sound design by the seven-time Tony nominee Peter Hylenski, video design by Tony winner Finn Ross, puppet design by Michael Curry, hair design by David Brian Brown, makeup design by Anne Ford-Coates, special effects design by Jeremy Chernick and casting by The Telsey Office/Rachel Hoffman, CSA and Laura Wade, CSA.

Two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Oremus is music supervisor and creates vocal, prop and dance arrangements. He is joined on the musical team by Tony nominee Dave Metzger (orchestrations), Chris Montan (executive musical producer), David Chase (additional dance arrangements) and Faith Seetoo (musical director).

Anne Quart is the co-producer.

For more information, visit FrozenTheMusical.com/Tour, Facebook and Instagram.

Photo credit: Deen Van Meer