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February 25, 2024

SLV Middle School presents ‘Frozen JR’ this weekend

San Lorenzo Valley Middle School Theatre will present “Frozen JR.,” based on the Disney film, with performances set for this weekend, Dec. 1-3, at the SLV Performing Arts Center.

This 75-minute musical is directed by Scott Kravitz, with music and vocal direction by Nicki Kerns and choreography by Jayce Barber. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7pm, with a Sunday matinee at 2pm.

A limited number of tickets will be available to purchase at the door one-hour prior to showtime; advanced tickets are available online at the SLV Theatre Boosters webpage. Purchasing advance tickets is highly recommended.

“Frozen JR.” tells the tale of two sisters named Elsa and Anna. Elsa was born with magical powers beyond her control, and finds that she must go into seclusion to protect her younger sister. Elsa has to come out in the open for her coronation as queen, but her powers prove to be stronger than she thought, and she mistakenly plunges the entire kingdom of Arendale into perpetual winter. 

She flees the kingdom to avoid further damage, only to be pursued as a criminal by the frightened and angry citizens of Arendale. Can her sister find her and bring her back safely to restore Arendale back to normal? 

Audiences can follow Anna’s Odyssean journey and meet the colorful characters she teams up with to attempt to find and reunite with her beloved sister.

Drawing inspiration from Hans Christian Anderson’s tale of “The Snow Queen,” “Frozen JR.” has been transformed from a feature film into a broadway musical with classic songs and heroic characters that only Disney Studios could create.

Disney’s “Frozen JR.” is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

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