Previews for the show will begin on February 22, and the official opening night will be March 22. Given the popularity (or cult-like fanaticism) the movie generated, tickets will definitely go fast.
The cast includes Caissie Levy as Elsa, Patti Murin as Anna, Greg Hildreth as Olaf, with Jelani Alladin and John Riddle as Kristoff and Hans, respectively. Tony-winner Michael Grandage will bring Arendelle to life as the musical's director.
In addition to the movie's chart-topping soundtrack and its Oscar-winning hit "Let it Go", the play will feature new songs written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who penned the movie's tunes. While the Disney princess story is technically geared towards kids, I have a feeling there will be more than a few of us adults lined up in blue. Maybe it's a good time to finally offer to babysit your visiting niece and nephew as a... uh, "favor" to their parents.
Tickets are available now online. If you're in more of an analogue mood, you can also purchase them via phone by calling the Disney Broadway hotline at 866-870-2717.
This article was updated to reflect the correct opening date.