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This 30-minute musical recap of the chilly Disney hit includes songs from the original movie and a visit from Anna and Elsa. Scenes from the movie, projected on a drive-in-size screen in the background, provide continuity and bring those who haven’t seen the film up to speed. Live performers, including two “royal historians” and several supporting characters from Frozen, retell the story with corny and sometimes punchy humor.
Most of the show unfolds at a leisurely pace, but the ending is presented in a nanosecond, leaving much of the audience stupefied. Of course, the finale features Anna and Elsa and another rousing belting of “Let It Go.” If you’re a fan of the movie, you probably won’t care about the weak points. And even if you’re not a fan, you’ll enjoy the show’s spirit as well as that of a theater full of enraptured kids. Yes, it’s contagious.
Most readers really like the sing-along, including this mom from Houston:
I’m glad we didn’t skip it, because it was a total hoot—my husband and I loved it, and it turned out to be the highlight of our DHS visit! When we got home, my husband and 9-year-old son, neither of whom had seen the movie before, watched Frozen with my daughter.
But a Connecticut reader was less impressed:
The sing-along was extremely disappointing—most of the time, you’re just watching scenes from the movie.
Here's roughly how many minutes you'll wait for For the First Time In Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration at each Hollywood Studios Crowd Level.
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