THIBODAUX, La. — Journey to the lands of Arendelle this month in Disney’s “Frozen Jr.” with the Nicholls State University Performing Arts Winter Production.
The story of Young Anna and Young Elsa will be brought to life by 50 local singers, actors, actresses and dancers ages 7 to 17 as part of the Office of Continuing Education.
The four performances begin on Thursday, Jan. 9 and run until Sunday, Jan. 11 in the Mary and Al Danos Theater. Times are 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, 5 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Tickets are $10 each and are available for purchase in 125 Elkins Hall beginning Monday, Jan. 6, or at the door before each performance.
“With the recent release of Frozen 2, Disney’s Frozen Jr. musical was the perfect play to have for Nicholls State University’s first winter performing arts program,” said Liz McCurry, director of Continuing Education. “This talented group is very excited and have been working extremely hard. All ages will enjoy this feel-good show. It is a great way to spend an evening or afternoon.”
Disney’s Frozen Jr. is based on the original film, Frozen, and its 2018 Broadway musical spinoff.
The musical features songs from the movie as well as five new songs. The story expands on Arendelle and the relationship between sisters Elsa and Anna.