It has been announced that the eagerly anticipated production will continue to play at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane until the Summer 2022.
The upcoming West End production based on the hit Disney film has confirmed that it has extended its run in London and is now taking bookings up until the 26th June 2022.
This announcement comes as the show prepares to open for previews on the 27th August at the newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Directed by Michael Grandage, the production’s cast is set to include: Samantha Barks (Elsa), Stephanie McKeon (Anna) are Obioma Ugoala (Kristoff), Craig Gallivan (Olaf), Oliver Ormson (Hans), Richard Frame (Weselton), and alternating the role of Sven, Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall. The musical’s cast also includes: Jeremy Batt, Cameron Burt, Lauren Chia, Laura Emmitt, Emily-Mae (Bulda), Danielle Fiamanya, Hannah Fairclough, Chris Fung, Matt Gillett, Joe Griffiths-Brown, Emily Lane, Justin-Lee Jones, Jason Leigh Winter, Jacob Maynard, Leisha Mollyneaux, Gabriel Mokake (King Agnarr), Sarah O’Connor, Jemma Revell, Jacqui Sanchez (Queen Iduna), Jak Skelly (Oaken/Bishop), Jake Small, Isabel Snaas, Kerry Spark, Joshua St. Clair (Pabbie), Monica Swayne, and Anna Woodside.
Meanwhile, the cast members playing the young Elsas and Annas are as follows: Minaii.K Barrowes (young Elsa), Kanon Narumi (young Anna), Sasha Watson-Lobo (young Elsa), Asanda Masike (young Anna), Freya Scott (young Elsa), Ellie Shenker (young Anna), Tilly-Raye Bayer (young Elsa) and Summer Betson (young Anna).
Featuring music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and book by Jennifer Lee, Frozen includes all the hit songs from the original film such as ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’ and ‘Let it Go’ as well new songs written for the show.
The creative team behind the production also includes: choreography by Rob Ashford, set and costume design by Christopher Oram, lighting design by Neil Austin, sound design by Peter Hylenski, video design by Finn Ross, puppet design by Michael Curry and musical supervision and arrangements by Stephen Oremus.