Idaho High School Gains Right To Put On One Of Disney’s Biggest Musicals
Idaho High School Earns Exclusive Performance Rights
Only one high school per state (and territory) was granted exclusive rights to perform Disney's iconic "Frozen: The Broadway Musical!" Only one high school per state (and territory) earned exclusive legal rights to perform the show. This comes after high schools around the globe participated in a fierce online competition.
Coeur d'Alene High School Theatre Department
Congratulations, Coeur d'Alene High School Theatre Department! The northern Idaho institution is the only school throughout the state to have earned the right to perform Disney's "Frozen: The Broadway Musical." According to Idaho news outlet Krem2, as many as 300 high schools across America participated in the United States of "Frozen:" Love is an Open Door competition.
Based off Disney's 2013 animated featured film that grossed $1.285 billion at the Box Office, Coeur d'Alene's young thespians will perform a stage adaptation of Disney's Frozen. Along with high schools around the nation, Coeur d'Alene H.S. will be shadowing the actual Broadway production of Frozen, currently embarked on a North American tour.
On Thursday, Apr. 20, the Coeur d'Alene H.S. Theatre Department announced closing night was sold-out on their official Facebook page. Four remaining performances are scheduled for April 26, 27, 28 & 29. To buy tickets to the exclusive performance and be a part of Idaho history, CLICK HERE!
Congratulations to Coeur d'Alene's "characters at the Coeur!" Break a leg and "let it go!"
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