Disneyland could get a new musical stage show based on the hit animated film “Frozen.”
An artist’s rendering below shows a frost-filled theater covered in icy shades of blue…
…but be careful “Frozen” fans – don’t get your hopes up quite yet.
This artwork may show a “Frozen” theater, but it’s the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, featuring ice sculptors on stage. But one could imagine Disney California Adventure’s Hyperion Theater getting a similar treatment if “Frozen” were to replace “Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular.” And there’s a possibility it could happen by 2015.
The idea is merely being tossed around Disney at the moment, definitely not confirmed or announced.
It isn’t the first time a replacement has been considered for the long-running “Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular,” which has been performed at the Disneyland Resort since 2003. In 2009, Disney announced the “Aladdin” show would be replaced by “Toy Story – The Musical” from Disney Cruise Line, but those plans were cancelled a few months later following much negative feedback received from fans.
No details about a potential “Frozen” musical have emerged, other than its possibility of existing down the line. (Vague, I know.) Clearly the film is ripe to become a stage show, starring multiple world-class Broadway performers and featuring Broadway-style songs that have become instant favorites.
Would you like to see a “Frozen” musical at a Disney theme park?