See it if You love Frozen and Wicked. More full musical but light on parody. The jokes don’t hit and theater are not enough of them. Still amusing.
Don't see it if You don’t like parodies or think mocking Frozen and Wicked is sacrilegious.
See it if you like a clever parody of Frozen and Wicked. The children in the audience also seemed to like it. Helps if you are familiar with the shows
Don't see it if you did not like either show or would rather just see the Broadway shows.
"An amusing musical spoof...Farmingdale's book is a tart and good-natured treatment of the salvation of a high school misfit...Cheery, witty and melodious score...Farmingdale's high energy direction emphasizes briskness that sustains the comedy as well as feeling and achieves a grand scope on the contained stage. Her adept choreography is suitably cartoon-like...The second half drags. Still, 'Wicked Frozen' is high caliber silliness with twists of emotion."
"In this aptly titled mashup of 'Wicked' and 'Frozen,' raucous goofiness and genuine warmth share center stage....If there’s any pointed satire here, it’s only in demonstrating the uncanny structural similarities between these two 'magic ice witch princess' musicals...What resonates most about 'Wicked Frozen' aren’t the hit-and-miss absurdities but the ways in which the show celebrates the impact of musicals on young people."
"Hilarious mash-up, filled with high-energy song and dance...A witty, fast-paced, and spirited post-modern take-off on the iconic interwoven eponymous stories, seen through the eyes of a contemporary teen. But along with the laughs come the serious underlying themes of climate change and environmental activism, and the human need for friendship and acceptance, which are well delivered and clear, without minimizing the show's overall wackiness."
"Surfacey mockery on the one hand and we-want-to-wring-your-hearts earnestness on the other...The whole score is a curiosity, avoiding some obvious satirical targets and embracing others, weakly...Singer’s music is pleasant and sometimes more than that...It abounds in gifted young performers who deserve to be seen again...Off-Broadway could use another outlet for hurling good-natured abuse at deserving pop-culture musical institutions. 'Wicked Frozen,' alas, isn’t quite it."