After, “Let It Go.” There’s a new Frozen earworm in town.
Caissie Levy sings the power ballad “Monster” as Elsa at the end of the second act and you can watch her amazing performance thanks to The New York Times.
“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 and Robert Lopez, who wrote the songs for the Frozen movie, are back working their magic for the show. The Broadway production features 12 new songs, along with all your faves from the film – including, yes, “Let It Go.”
“Monster” comes in the second act, as Elsa starts to wonder if she might be a monster. Other new tunes include another Elsa solo called “Dangerous to Dream,” an Anna solo called “True Love,” and and Anna-Kristoff duet titled “What Do You Know About Love.”
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.”
If they’re anything like the songs from the film, you can expect them all to get stuck in your head for days, weeks, maybe years to come.
Frozen makes it debut at the St. James Theatre on March 22.
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