Caissie Levy in Frozen the Broadway Musical.

VIDEO: Impressive Version of ‘Let It Go’ from Broadway’s Frozen Now Released

Disney’s Frozen Broadway production is almost two months old at the St. James Theater in New York. Although the musical received mixed reviews when it premiered, it is already nominated for three Tony Awards, the most important prizes for Broadway productions. Frozen is nominated in the categories Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical (for Jennifer Lee), and Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for Theatre (for Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez). On June 11, 2018, we will know which prizes the musical will get.

This week, Disney shows us the recording of Let It Go by Caissie Levy, who portrays Elsa. Reactions online were very positive for ‘her’ version of this well-known song from the 2013 film. Listen and judge for yourself with the video below:

The song is accompanied with footage of the cast, like Patti Murin and Jelani Alladin that play Anna and Kristoff respectively, preparing for one of the shows. There is also some footage of the final bow and fans of the show afterwards.

Disney also released the official Broadway cast recording of Frozen, featuring this version of Let It Go by Cassie Levy, but also songs like Love Is an Open Door by Patti Murin and John Riddle (Hans). The recording contains all the songs from the musical, which means that the new, original tracks like What Do You Know About Love? by Patti Murin and Jelani Alladin, or Monster by Caissie Levy can also be purchased.

Frozen is still running in New York and tickets can be purchased here. What do you think about this version of Let It Go from Broadway’s Frozen?

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Randyland
Randyland
3 years ago

I am a very TRADITION Disney fan, and I love all the music from Disney Films from the Eighty’s back…. Once We hit the Eighty’s, the trend of Music was changing into something I do not like. Beauty and the Beast Music is great, but compare that with Tarzan, the Hunchback, or Pocahontas, and you can understand what I am saying…. The Lion King has many good songs, however, the 90’s on trend for Disney to promote new releases through their Theme Park Attractions has made even good songs hard to swallow, as they are constantly forced upon you. The… Read more »

Randyland is a tad sexist
Randyland is a tad sexist
3 years ago
Reply to  Randyland

So, the ideal Disney songs have women singing about waiting for a guy to come around and lift them up or save them and a woman standing up and taking charge for herself is a dangerous message. Holy crap I really hope you don’t have daughters or have any influence over young girls in any capacity. Lol I’m mostly conservative and still think your cracked. Enjoy living in 1950

Randyland
Randyland
3 years ago

To reply to the “nameless person” who replied only using “Randyland is a tad sexist” as their id…. It sounds to me like YOU are someone who was disappointed in life because NO Prince ever came for you, while YOU were “singing about waiting for a guy to come around and lift them up or save them”…. I am sorry for your disappointment, however, I will point out to you that IF YOU had lived up to YOUR roll of being the Sweet Innocent Beautiful Young Princess, then YOUR Prince would have come!! No SELF RESPECTING Prince wants to sweep… Read more »

Jonathan
Jonathan
3 years ago
Reply to  Randyland

Calm Down Mary.

Mayke-Ahmzerika Gritegin
Mayke-Ahmzerika Gritegin
3 years ago
Reply to  Randyland

One supposes you’d like to lock her up.

Randyland
Randyland
3 years ago

Lock her up…? No need for such extremes. I do think the song is HONORABLE however, and if it only appeared in 1 show, or attraction, it might be tolerable, or at least easily avoidable for the musically discerning ear.