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Published on : Thursday, August 4, 2016
The musical adaptation of this Disney movie would be staged on the 1,754-passenger cruise liner when it would begin sailing out of Galveston in Texas during the month of November.
Following the animated version of the story, the cruise ship version would also depict the two royal sisters Elsa and Anna who would commence their journey with an aim to realize the significance of true love, inner potential and sisterhood, according to Disney.
The ballad of the movie Frozen, known as ‘Let it Go’, would be transformed magically for the stage show adaptation. It would also consist of real-life magic. A few special effects would be present in the ballad along with a few snow flurries, in order to impart a sense of thrill to the play.
Sheryl Kaller, the director who had been nominated for the Tony Award would lead the production, as revealed by Disney. Sheryl Kaller had been instrumental for the plays ‘Mothers and Sons’ as well as ‘Next Fall’. The creative team would also include Paloma Young, the award winning costume designer who had worked in the play ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ and Josh Prince, the choreographer who was known for his work in ‘The Carole King Musical’. Jason Sherwood of ‘Paint your Wagon’ would be the scenic designer and the writer Sara Wordsworth would also be a part of the team.
Puppetry would also be a part of the musical for the characters of Olaf and Sven and it would all be arranged by Michael Curry.