The musical Frozen comes to the Charlotte Theater with music, performances and joy. This production takes you to Arendele together with the sisters Anna and Elsa.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Frozen The Musical returns to tell the story of two sisters, Elsa, who possesses magical powers, and Anna, her younger sister. Both princesses are orphaned after the death of their parents. Elsa must learn to control her powers before her coronation.
This may interest you: Kids Run Free in Charlotte This Summer ”Young Elsa” in Frozen the Musical This year, the character of Young Elsa is played by Arwen Monzón-Sanders, aged 11. Arwen has Latin American blood, although she was born in the United States, her parents are from Paraguay, which is why she speaks perfect Spanish. Arwen’s career began at the age of 3 when her parents noticed the little girl’s great talent.
Later, at the age of 7, he joined a talent agency where he took his first steps in acting. Mozón, who played “Young Anna” before the pandemic, was the first Latina to get that important role. Following her tremendous involvement in the musical, she has now been asked to represent the character of ‘Young Elsa’. News of her participation came in December 2021, after several auditions, Arwen landed the lead role in Young Elsa, becoming the first girl to play the two sisters in the musical.
The young performer is looking forward to new challenges in this important musical, which begins its tour in the city of Charlotte and continues across the country. Arwen Monzón-Sanders as “Young Elsa” Photo: Cynthia Mozón-Sanders Photo: Cynthia Monzón-Sanders Frozen The Musical opens June 16 at the Belk Theater in Charlotte, 130 N Tryon St and has functions through June 26 June.
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