Frozen - The Musical Tickets
Thelma Gaylord Performing Arts Theatre | Oklahoma City, OK
The welknown hit Frozen‘s has a lot to amaze us with, but its visual elements are the unrivaled part. The movie might be gracefully animated, but viewers should expect no less on stage from Disney’s Broadway adaptation. The sets are dashing and elaborate, and the costumes bring the world of Arendelle to life. Of course, the highlight in terms of theatrics has to be “Let It Go,” which involves Elsa’s dress reveal just as does in the film. It’s a striking moment that is even even better in real life. And what makes it even more awe-inspiring is the added experience of the “snow” fall, which covers the entire audience with white flakes. Frozen – The Musical leaves you with a brisk, feel-good winter wonderland experience no matter what season it is. Order your ticket now!
Come on down to Thelma Gaylord PAT At Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City on Wednesday 29th March 2023 for a enchanting night of Frozen – The Musical! Be carried to the mythical land of Arendelle where enchanting creatures travel the forest, hidden folk stalk through the trees, snowmen come to life, and watch as the extraordinary story of Princess Elsa unfolds. Elsa, the soon to be Queen of Arendelle, must struggle with her scary powers, while dealing with her sisterly angst, and learning just what it takes to be a teenager, will she overcome her fear and be the Queen she truly wants to be, or will she surrender to her magic and destroy everything and everyone she loves? Get your tickets now to find out, you don’t want to miss this Broadway success as it’s even better than the movie! Grab your friends, grab your kids, and come on down to Thelma Gaylord PAT At Civic Center Music Hall this March, it is going to be a great night out for the whole family and likely one of the best live performances you can see in 2023. Frozen – The Musical was a huge success with critics and fans alike, with WNBC proclaiming, “a can’t miss Broadway event!” and “The Hottest Snow on Broadway!” according to Vanity Fair.