Roswell set for pint-size musical version of ‘Frozen’

Tickets on sale now for a youth version of the Broadway musical

A snowstorm of sorts is coming to the Roswell Youth Theatre next month.

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The young performers are set to put on their own rendition of the hit Broadway play “Frozen.” “Frozen Jr.” will see the 2018 musical come to life on stage with favorites Anna, Elsa and their pals from the far off kingdom of Arendelle.

According to an announcement from the youth theater, the production will include all the earworm-worthy tunes from the smash 2013 Disney film. Penned by Oscar-winning husband and wife musical songwriter duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, they include “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” as well as five new songs written for the Broadway musical.

Led by artistic director Leslie Kelley, “Frozen Jr.” delves deeper into the emotional relationship between princess sisters Elsa and Anna. Attendees will see the siblings learn about the strength of a sisterly bond and their true potential when faced with peril.

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Tickets are on sale now for $10 for reserved seating and will be sold at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, where it's being performed, an hour ahead of showtime. There will be three performances of the show: 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20; and 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21.

The A Scene on 11 Alive reports actors ages 9-13 will perform, including Emi Mills as Elsa and Sara Jeffs as Anna. The two lead actresses aren't sisters in real life but they do share a commonality: Both are eighth-grade students at Crabapple Middle School.

The "Jr." edition of the "Frozen" musical will debut nearly one month after the movie's sequel, "Frozen 2," was released into theaters. The film earned $127 million opening weekend.