The Frozen Sing-Along Celebration live show has returned, here’s what you need to know.
Frozen fans rejoice—the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration at Hollywood Studios has returned!
This family-friendly show had been closed throughout the theme parks phased reopening, but the curtains rose again beginning on October 5th.
Live Shows Return to Disney World
The Frozen Sing-Along Celebration marks the first live entertainment offering to return to the Disney parks since the Covid closures.
Join the Royal Historians Erik and Aria on a musical retelling of the Frozen tale, complete with musical sing-alongs, character appearances, and plenty of puns!
Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff all have a part in the storytelling, and magical effects (like snow!) make this attraction fun for all ages.
Frozen Sing-Along Changes
For the safety of all guests and performers, there are a few changes you’ll notice the next time you journey to the Kingdom of Arendelle.
1. Physically Distanced Pre-Show
When waiting for the show to begin, Cast Members will direct guests to stand on a circle marking on the ground outside of the theater.
Here, you are able to watch various Arendelle advertisements as you wait while being distanced from other groups.
2. Sectioned-Off Theater Seats
Inside the theater, seats are sectioned off into groups to allow for appropriate physical distancing.
The majority of seats are split up into groups of four, with additional sections reserved for larger and smaller parties. As a solo traveler, I was directed to sit in the front row where a section of two seats was reserved.
3. Distanced Performers
If you’ve seen the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration before, you may notice some slight differences up on stage.
Elements of physical comedy between Erik and Aria were removed, as well as all physical contact between performers.
Even without the moments like Anna and Elsa hugging, the sing-along fun and message of sisterly love remain unchanged.
Important note: Masks must remain on throughout the duration of the show. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to sing to your heart’s content!
While the Frozen Sing-Along Celebration returning is a great step towards live entertainment being brought back to the parks, several shows still remain closed.
Closed shows include Finding Nemo The Musical at Animal Kingdom and Beauty and the Beast Live On Stage, also at Hollywood Studios.
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Keep the magic going!