Welcome back to another Sunday Spotlight! This week we take a look back at Frozen – Live at the Hyperion. This theatrical recreation of Frozen was presented at Disney California Adventure from May 2016 through March 2020. The show basically followed the plotline that was seen in Frozen, the musical movie that was released by Walt Disney Animation Studios in 2013.
Frozen – Live at the Hyperion was directed by Tony-nominated director Liesl Tommy. Tony-nominated writer Chad Beguelin wrote the production. Tony-nominated scenic designer Robert Brill created the sets and Jason Michael Webb was the musical supervisor and arranger. The puppets were created by Michael Curry.
Through its time at the Hyperion Theater, Frozen – Live at Hyperion saw different elements change. The beginning of the show was tweaked with some elements removed. A rock that rolled around the stage at one point in the show was also removed. Throughout its entire run, the production continued to be tweaked it seemed. Also throughout its run Frozen fans of all ages continued to come to the Hyperion Theater and enjoy seeing Anna and Elsa bring their story to life on the stage.
Below is a look at Frozen – Live at the Hyperion as it was seen in May 2016. Check out this video and remember this popular show that ran in Disney California Adventure.
Frozen – Live at the Hyperion
What did you think of Frozen – Live at the Hyperion? Did you enjoy it? What was your favorite part? What was your favorite show to be presented at the Hyperion Theater? Share your thoughts, memories, and opinions in the comments below!