Australian production of Frozen the Musical postponed to December

Disney Frozen The MusicalDisney Theatrical Productions Australia has released a statement postponing the Australian production of Frozen the Musical at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre until December 2020.

“Disney Theatrical Productions Australia is dedicated to the safety and comfort of all our audience members, cast, crew and venue staff.

Due to the COVID-19 situation globally, and in line with all current restrictions and advice from the Federal and State Governments, we have had to make the decision to postpone Frozen the Musical at the Capitol Theatre, Sydney until 1 December, 2020.

Impacted customers have received an email (or will receive a phone call if no email was provided at purchase) explaining the process for transferring their tickets into a new performance and how to get a refund if required.

If you purchased tickets online and haven’t received an email by Monday 18 May, please check your junk/spam folder. If you are still having issues, please click on the link here and a Ticketmaster representative will contact you directly.

We thank you for your patience and understanding and look forward to welcoming you back to the theatre, to share our beautiful production with you, at a time when we can be together again.

For now, please stay safe in your kingdoms of isolation.”

Adapted from the Oscar-winning film, Frozen the Musical is expertly brought to the stage by acclaimed Director Michael Grandage, giving life to this beloved story in an all new, unforgettable theatrical experience.

An inspiring tale of sisterhood and true love, it features the songs you know and love from the original film plus an expanded score with a dozen new numbers. With gorgeous sets and costumes as well as sensational special effects, Frozen is everything a Broadway musical should be – moving, spectacular and pure joy.

Earlier this year, Disney announced that the Australian cast would feature Jemma Rix as Elsa and Courtney Monsma as Anna. Matt Lee would play Olaf, the beloved snowman, while Thomas McGuane steps into the role of Hans. Kristoff is to be played by Sean Sinclair.

NIDA graduate and three-time Green Room Award nominee Aljin Abella will play Weselton. Jonathan MacMillan and Lachlan McIntyre will share the role of Sven. Sharing the role of Young Elsa will be Deeana Cheong Foo, Amelia Heaven, Sara Petrovski and Lucy Famborough. Sharing the role of Young Anna will be Chloe Delle-Vedove, Faith Hedley, Sabrina Franco and Sienna Kann.

Joining the cast also is Jakob Ambrose, Justin Anderson, Tanika Anderson, Blake Appelqvist, Sage Douglas, Nicholas Eaton, Mitchell Fistrovic, Joti Gore, Samm Hagen, Jayme-Lee Hanekom, Kimberley Hodgson, Todd Jacobsson, Jessica Kane, Andrew Kroenert, Jordan Malone, Hayley Martin, Adele Parkinson, Liam Peel, Anthony Sheppard, Thalia Smith, Sophie Weiss and Brendan Xavier.

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Image: Frozen The Musical – courtesy of Disney Theatrical Productions