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The 'Let It Go' Costume Change in Broadway's 'Frozen' Is So Cool - Watch Now!

The 'Let It Go' Costume Change in Broadway's 'Frozen' Is So Cool - Watch Now!

A little bit of Disney magic is being revealed to the audiences at home thanks to this filmed performance from Broadway’s Frozen!

Thanks to The View, we have a full video of Caissie Levy (as Queen Elsa) performing “Let It Go” on Broadway. Make sure to catch Elsa’s super quick costume change near the end of the song, it’s so cool!

On Good Morning America this week, Caissie and co-star Patti Murin performed “For the First Time in Forever” live from the St. James Theatre.

Watch both videos below!


Frozen The Broadway Musical’s Caissie Levy Performs ‘Let It Go’

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Demi Lovato's 'Let It Go' Lives On in Broadway's 'Frozen'

Demi Lovato's 'Let It Go' Lives On in Broadway's 'Frozen'

The Broadway musical Frozen dropped a cast recording this weekend and we finally get to listen to all of the new music!

When the film version of Frozen was released in 2013, Demi Lovato recorded the pop version of Elsa’s song “Let It Go” and it featured an extra verse not heard in the movie.

“Standing frozen in the life I’ve chosen / You won’t find me, the past is so behind me / Buried in the snow,” Demi sings during the bridge of the song.

Now, Caissie Levy sings a version of that bridge while playing Elsa on Broadway. During the “For the First Time in Forever” reprise in act two, Elsa sings, “Standing frozen in this life I’ve chosen / Please don’t find me, the past is on behind me / Leave me in the snow / Let me go.”

Listen to both songs below!


Listen to 'Frozen' on Broadway's New Album!

Listen to 'Frozen' on Broadway's New Album!

A whole new cast of actors is singing all of the songs from Frozen, plus some original ones you probably haven’t heard yet!

The cast of Disney’s new Broadway musical just released the Official Broadway Cast Recording (OBCR) and you can listen to it here.

The Broadway cast features Caissie Levy as Elsa, Patti Murin as Anna, Jelani Alladin as Kristoff, John Riddle as Hans, and Greg Hildreth as Olaf.

The musical is currently running on Broadway and the sold-out audiences will help it stay there for years. Download the album now on iTunes and stream below from Spotify.

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See the 'Frozen' on Broadway Cast in Costume!

See the 'Frozen' on Broadway Cast in Costume!

Caissie Levy and Patti Murin are looking so fierce as Elsa and Anna in these new portraits of them in costume as their Frozen characters!

The ladies are starring in the new musical on Broadway and their co-stars Jelani Alladin (Kristoff), Greg Hildreth (Olaf) and John Riddle (Hans) are also pictured in the portraits shot by Andrew Eccles.

Frozen, a full-length stage work told in two acts, is the first and only incarnation of the tale that expands upon and deepens its indelible plot and themes through new songs and story material from the film’s creators.

Make sure to listen to the new song “Monster,” which is sung by Elsa in the show!

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Listen to Elsa's New Song from 'Frozen' on Broadway!

Listen to Elsa's New Song from 'Frozen' on Broadway!

The day is here and Frozen has finally arrived on Broadway!

Performances are beginning today for Disney’s new musical and the first new song from the show, an Elsa song titled “Monster,” has been unveiled. Caissie Levy sings the power ballad at the end of act two and The New York Times has an amazing video of her performance.

“It’s a moment of anxiety where the freedom she found in ‘Let It Go’ is shaken, and she hears in the distance the voices of the men coming for her, and she realizes now is the time she has to decide what her next move is,” songwriter Robert Lopez said about the song.

Kristen Anderson-Lopez added, “It’s full of conflicting emotions. It’s got fear. It’s got rage. It’s got her self-flagellation. It’s someone who has been living a double life of secrets and shame that no one knows about, and this is the moment of reckoning with all the destruction that she left behind her.”

Get your tickets now to see Frozen on Broadway!