Frozen the Musical (Broadway)
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Frozen the Musical (Broadway)

Frozen the Musical (Broadway) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(1579 Ratings)
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Entertaining, Great singing, Enchanting, Delightful, Great staging

About the Show

Disney brings its blockbuster animated movie musical to Broadway. This is the timeless tale of two sisters, pulled apart by a mysterious secret. Both are searching for love. They just don’t know where to find it.

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82 Reviews | 29 Followers
Great staging, Great singing, Great acting, Fluffy, Fun

See it if you love the movie and Disney on Broadway. There are a few new songs added too!

Don't see it if you are looking for a thought-provoking drama. The story is what it is and follows the movie well. Read more

65 Reviews | 8 Followers
Clever, Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining

See it if if you love the movie you will love the live show

Don't see it if you don't like to be around a lot of kids

772 Reviews | 148 Followers
Enchanting, Great singing, Great staging, Entertaining, Fun

See it if Great effects. Nice story between about two sisters. Show is great that adults could enjoy it as much as kids can.

Don't see it if You have to like musicals. And you know there's going to be some kids in the audience Read more

66 Reviews | 5 Followers
Delightful, Entertaining, Enchanting

See it if High energy!! Wonderful score!

Don't see it if Did not enjoy Disney productions

54 Reviews | 17 Followers
Enchanting, Exquisite, Masterful, Relevant, Riveting

See it if You are expecting it to be just like the movie, because it is so much more. Just as relevant for adults as for kids

Don't see it if You absolutely cannot stand to hear "Let It Go" Read more

120 Reviews | 12 Followers
Great singing, Great acting, Great staging, Entertaining, Delightful

See it if The staging is magnificent. The show is fun. FROZEN is pure Broadway!

Don't see it if You don't like musicals and whimsical shows.

473 Reviews | 114 Followers
Absorbing, Great acting, Great staging, Great singing

See it if You love great songs, beautiful sets (where the "ice" comes all over the stage) and an easy-to-follow story-line.

Don't see it if You hate the song "Let it Go"; you're not interested in a woman who turns everything to ice (if she gets mad) due to her magical powers..

51 Reviews | 2 Followers
Riveting, Great singing, Entertaining, Delightful, Absorbing

See it if The show can easily appeal to different generations. Being a fan of Frozen helps. The singing is wonderful!

Don't see it if If you are not interested in characters from Frozen

Critic Reviews (62)

The New York Times
March 22nd, 2018

"Sometimes rousing, often dull, alternately dopey...In ways that are both successful and not, you can feel the director straining to make something artistically worthy of the property’s commercial promise...The opening suggests that 'Frozen' might prove to be unusually coherent...Once the castle gates swing open...a different style and palette take over, and 'Frozen' begins its long descent into confusion...The somber and the silly are not blending, visually, musically or emotionally."
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Time Out New York
March 22nd, 2018

"There is altogether too little magic in the kingdom of Arendelle...Director Grandage’s reach is less ambitious. In lieu of the great outdoors, he moves much of the show to lofty and stuffy interiors, jettisoning a lot of the action and yielding a show whose energy feels substantially less animated all around. It would be one thing if 'Frozen’s' stiffness were in the service of a deeper take on the material, but its already shaky plot seems even less secure...It plays things safe."
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New York Magazine / Vulture
March 22nd, 2018

"The ensemble is bright and buoyant, with the regal Caissie Levy belting her heart out as Elsa and the adorable Patti Murin charming the lederhosen off everyone as Anna...There are real thrills and chills in many of the musical’s magical moments...There’s also a general feeling of padding to the show...The majority of Lopez and Anderson-Lopez’s new songs are, while serviceable and sweet, a bit generic...'Frozen' has its ups and downs...It may not be brilliant, but it’s certainly hygge."
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The Wall Street Journal
March 22nd, 2018

"If you liked 'Frozen' on screen, you’ll like it onstage. Michael Grandage’s fantastically elaborate production is faithful to the spirit, if not always the letter, of the movie...For my part, I found both to be well made but insipid and largely humorless, though the stage version is more tedious. The stagecraft, to be sure, is spectacular, but it serves no independent poetic vision...It exists solely to supply a live-action equivalent of Disney’s computer-generated animation."
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March 22nd, 2018

"'Let It Go' does what all good, over-played tunes must: It sounds fresh as — what else? — fallen snow...'Frozen' doesn’t consistently live up to 'Let It Go,' its book by Jennifer Lee often feeling rushed, more concerned with hitting the movie’s beats...than taking the time to just enjoy the characters...Anna and her pals’ adventure lacks the journey-like feel of the film...A musical that, like most Disney productions, is never less than competent and frequently much more."
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New York Daily News
March 22nd, 2018

"Adults, with or without tots, may not be as thrilled by this polished but predictable and wow-free adaptation...Playing it so safe is like wearing boots for a spin at a skating rink. You won’t fall down — but you won’t dazzle either...The production is as old-fashioned as it is short on surprises — even if huge jagged icicles arise from nowhere and there’s a flashy costume trick...Levy brings a regal bearing and soaring voice as Elsa. Murin, as Anna, radiates sweetness and adds goofy good fun."
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March 22nd, 2018

"Credit the thawing trend in 'Frozen' to the lovable characters of Jennifer Lee, and to the warmly human cast...Levy is stunning as Elsa...Murin makes a darling Anna...To the extent that a plot exists at all, it’s a soggy one...The real conflict, the stuff of drama, is all internal — Elsa battling her inner self — and difficult to dramatize...'Frozen' belongs to Elsa, who has the heroic stature and tragic flaw of a true heroine — but no villainous anti-hero to overcome in battle. What a waste."
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The Hollywood Reporter
March 22nd, 2018

"For anyone expecting more than a straight-up rehash of the movie on stage, however, this pricey production will seem low on inspiration...'Frozen' doesn't entirely go wrong, but it does evince signs of the struggle to establish a consistent, unifying tone and to settle on a center in a story inherently bifurcated by having two heroines kept apart for most of the action...Rather than serving to vary the tone and leaven the gloom, the comedy interludes too often just feel strained."
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