Disney’s Broadway musical Frozen will reportedly open at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London’s West End.
Directed by Britain’s Michael Grandage, the musical stage adaptation of the Academy Award®-winning film opened to rave reviews in March 2018 in the US.
A timeless tale of two sisters pulled apart by a mysterious secret, the musical features all the songs from the film including ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’, ‘For the First Time in Forever’ and ‘Let It Go’ plus new music written for the production.
Disney Theatrical Productions and Andrew Lloyd Webber have reportedly inked a deal for the show to re-open the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in Autumn 2020. The theatre closes its doors next month for an extensive £45 million refurbishment which is due to take 18 months.
It is reported director Michael Grandage will make a few amendments to tighten up the show prior to its West End premiere.
No news on casting has been announced.
The musical has breathtaking costumes and sets designed by Grandage’s partner, Olivier Award-winning designer Christopher Oram and choreography by Tony, Emmy and Olivier Award winner Rob Ashford.
Frozen has music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez with book by Jennifer Lee.