Experience the magic of Disney’s Frozen, with tickets for the much-anticipated Queensland premiere season of the hit Broadway musical on sale (just in time for Christmas!).
Tickets are available from 9.00am via www.frozenthemusical.com.au
The incredible new production from the producers of Aladdin, The Lion King and Mary Poppins opens at Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) in February 2022, following successful seasons in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Australian principal cast features Queensland’s own Courtney Monsma as Anna, Jemma Rix in the role of Elsa, Matt Lee as Olaf, Thomas McGuane as Hans, Sean Sinclair as Kristoff, Aljin Abella as Weselton and sharing the role of Sven, Jonathan MacMillan and Lochie McIntrye.
QPAC Chief Executive John Kotzas said anticipation has been building.
“It has been four years since Queenslanders have experienced the magic of a Disney Theatrical’s stage production. Queensland audiences love musicals and Disney’s productions; Aladdin, The Lion King and Mary Poppins, remain some of QPAC’s best-selling ever. We know that our audiences will be delighted by this acclaimed show and we look forward to welcoming legions of Frozen fans to the theatre for this season,” he said.
Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch said Queensland audiences will be thrilled to have Frozen open at QPAC next February.
“Disney’s highly anticipated return to Queensland with the acclaimed musical Frozen, is set to provide audiences with a warm hug as the film comes to life on the stage at QPAC. The Queensland Government recognises the important role the arts play in our communities, lifting our spirits and contributing to our collective well-being, while also providing opportunity for economic growth.
“I could not think of a more perfect way to kick off the New Year than with this magical musical theatre experience from the producers of Aladdin, The Lion King and Mary Poppins. The arts are key to delivering the Queensland Government’s plan for economic recovery, each year injecting $8.5 billion into the state’s economy and supporting more than 92,000 jobs for Queenslanders,” Minister Enoch said.
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