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Watch Frozen The Musical casts from across the world in special music video

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Casts from Frozen The Musical across the world have collaborated for a special performance.

For the first time in forever, the cast members from four continents joined together for a special version of the show’s iconic song Let It Go.

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The new video features the Annas and Elsas from 5 stage productions around the globe including the North American Tour, Germany, Australia, Japan and London’s West End.

Those featured in the video are: Caroline Bowman, Elsa, North American Tour; Caroline Innerbichler, Anna, North American Tour; Jemma Rix, Elsa, Australia; Courtney Monsma, Anna, Australia; Samantha Barks, Elsa, West End; Stephanie McKeon, Anna, West End; Sabrina Weckerlin, Elsa, Hamburg; Celena Pieper, Anna, Hamburg; Mizue Okamoto, Elsa, Tokyo and Tomoko Machishima, Anna, Tokyo.

In the West End, Frozen The Musical is currently playing at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane booking to June 2022.

Based on the hit 2013 Disney movie, the show tells the story of sisters Elsa and Anna as Elsa struggles to control her magical ice powers as she’s crowned Queen following the death of the pair’s parents.

The stage adaptation features a book by the film’s screenwriter Jennifer Lee and new songs from Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez alongside those from the original animation.

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Alongside Barks and McKeon, the cast features Obioma Ugoala as Kristoff, Oliver Ormson as Prince Hans, Richard Frame as Duke of Weselton, Craig Gallivan as Olaf with Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall sharing the role of Sven.

Frozen The Musical is directed by Michael Grandage with choreography by Rob Ashford, scenic and costume design by Christopher Oram, lighting design by Neil Austin, sound design by Peter Hylenski, video design by Finn Ross, puppet design by Michael Curry, hair design by David Brian Brown, make up design by Anne Ford-Coates, special effects design by Chernick, music supervision and arrangements by Stephen Oremus and orchestrations by Dave Metzger.

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