Spring D23 Magazine Features New Look at Frozen: The Broadway Musical

The cover picture for the Spring Disney Twenty-Three publication, featuring Frozen: The Broadway Musical.
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The Spring issue of the Disney twenty-three publication is rolling out now, and members can get a look at the new Frozen Broadway musical and much more.

Starting this winter, audiences will get the chance to see Frozen: The Broadway Musical, an all new show that brings Disney’s hit musical to the big stage. The latest issue of Disney twenty-three takes guests on an in-depth look at the new show with the team that is bringing it to life. Join Michael Grandage, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, Rob Ashford, and Christopher Oram and its stars Caissie Levy (Elsa) and Patti Murin (Anna) for their input on the show’s new songs, and the other various changes being made to the story to help bring it to Broadway.

The cover picture for the Spring Disney Twenty-Three publication, featuring Frozen: The Broadway Musical.

Next up, go behind the scenes of Marvel’s Black Panther with director Ryan Coogler and executive producer Nate Moore to get the inside scoop on the film’s story and the setting of Wakanda.

A Wrinkle in Time hits theaters in March and Disney twenty-three publication meets with director Ava DuVernay to take a look at the big screen adaptation of this beloved novel.

Celebrate 20 years of Disney’s Animal Kingdom with Imagineer Joe Rohde as he shares 20 ways in which this innovative park has defied expectations and gone on to break the conventions of theme parks.

Additionally, the Spring issues will include:

  • A look inside D23’s 2018 Gold Member Gift, Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse

  • The imagination and origination of Tokyo Disney Resort

  • The “inside the nursery” story of Disney Junior’s all-new Muppet Babies

  • Spectacular artwork that inspired Peter Pan, which celebrates its 65th anniversary this year

  • A visit to the office of Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s vice president Djuan Rivers

  • Regular features including Character Analysis, D Society, and Ask Dave

Disney twenty-three is offered to D23 Gold and Gold Family Members. For more information on what D23 is, and to sign up, just follow the link here.

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I wish Hollywood Studios would build a Broadway style Theatre to house their shows to preview or just have a way to see Broadway without going to NYC. When they had the Hunchback show there in late 90s/early 2000 it was fantastic! The park needs that and there’s so many talented musical theater people who would be able to use their skills and lovers of the genre and Disney get to be thrilled by the combination! It would make the park more Hollywood oriented and the ticket price understandable.