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Do You Want to Build a Set Piece?

Frozen’s animated ice, reimagined for the real world.

FROZEN will open on Broadway on March 22.

IN THE ANIMATED film Frozen, instantly coating a room or a field with ice requires creative drawing and rendering. On a Broadway stage, entirely different kinds of skill and craft come into play. Director Michael Grandage and scenic designer Christopher Oram had

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