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VIDEO: She's a Monster! Watch Caissie Levy Sing Elsa's New Ballad from FROZEN

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Frozen will join Disney Theatrical hits Aladdin and The Lion King on Broadway, beginning performances tonight at the St. James Theatre. This Broadway-bound 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; in fact, this new stage production features more than twice as much music as the film. Like the Disney Theatrical Broadway musicals that have come before it, it is a full evening of theatre running over two hours.

Based on the 2013 film written by a trio of Oscar winners, Frozen features music and lyrics by the creators of the film score Kristen Anderson-Lopez (Up Here, Winnie the Pooh, In Transit) and EGOT-winner Robert Lopez (Avenue Q, The Book of Mormon, Up Here) and a book by Jennifer Lee (Zootopia, Wreck-It Ralph), the film's screenwriter and director (with Chris Buck). Frozen won 2014 Oscars for Best Song ("Let It Go") and Best Animated Feature.

Four of the 12 new songs written for the Broadway musical will be released on consecutive Fridays beginning February 23, 2018, the day after Frozen's first Broadway performance. The four new songs to be released during that period are "Monster," a new Act Two solo for Elsa; "What Do You Know About Love?," a new duet for Anna and Kristoff; "Dangerous to Dream," a new interior monologue sung by Elsa; and "True Love," a new Act Two solo for Anna. The songs were recently recorded by the Broadway cast, and they will be available at FrozenTheMusical.com and wherever music is sold or streamed.

Below, watch as Caissie Levy, who plays Elsa, performs one of her new songs, "Monster." Of the song, composer Robert Lopez told NYT: "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."



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