Join the National Tour of Disney’s ‘Frozen’ on Broadway

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The classic 2013 Disney animated film “Frozen” has been brought to the stage. The Broadway musical has been developed by the same producers behind Disney’s successful stage adaptations of “The Lion King,” “Aladdin,” and “Mary Poppins.” The show is embarking on a national tour and is casting male and female singers to join the ensemble.

The story follows two sisters that are torn apart and embark on journeys to discover themselves and reunite. Many of the original creators of the Oscar-winning film have returned to adapt the stage show. Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have written the book, while Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez wrote the score, including the award-winning song “Let It Go.”

The show is currently casting male and female talent, aged 18 and older, to join the ensemble. All performers should have fantastic singing voices. Members of the ensemble will also play and/or cover featured roles, such as Queen Iduna and Bulda for the women, and King Agnarr, Pabbie, and Oaken for the men.

An Equity Chorus Call is taking place in New York City on Oct. 24. Performers will be signed to an Equity Production (Disney) Contract and paid a minimum of $2,095 per week. Rehearsals begin this fall, and the first performance will be during mid-November of 2019.

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Check out Backstage’s New York City audition listings!