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    Frozen - Live at the Hyperion

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This attraction's final day of operation was March 12, 2020.
The information below is provided for historical reference.

Description And Comments

A Broadway quality musical of Disney's mega-hit film Frozen, featuring a talented cast of actors, singers, and dancers as well as large-scale projection effects.

All those earworm songs you know and love from the multi-platinum movie soundtrack are a part of the show. Of course all of the songs sound great thanks to the incredibly talented cast. Even if you’ve sick to death of “Let it Go,” you’ll appreciate the show-stopping way it’s presented. A huge frosty staircase appears from the back of the stage and then rotates and swings over the audience as Elsa is climbing up it and singing. While that is happening, swirling snow and wind effects fill the entire theater. It’s all very impressive.

Disney's Frozen - Live at the Hyperion, is easily the most elaborate show staged at any stateside Disney theme park and we consider it a must-see.

Touring Tips

  • Lightning Lane for this attraction is "disconnected." By this, we mean that you can get a Lightning Lane ticket for Frozen - Live at the Hyperion regardless of what other Lightning Lane tickets you already have. And having Frozen - Live at the Hyperion Lightning Lane tickets does not impact your ability to get Lightning Lane tickets for other attractions.

Presentations are described, and showtimes listed, in the park Times Guide. The theater is multilevel. Though all seats provide a good line of sight, we recommend sitting on the ground level relatively close to the entrance doors (if possible) to facilitate an easy exit after the performance.

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Special Comments

Great venue, not to be missed

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