According to the Disney Parks Blog, the new show will immerse audiences "in the world of 'Frozen' as never before, with elaborate costumes and sets, stunning special effects and surprising scenic transformations." “Our stage production of ‘Frozen’ will stay true to the heart and soul of the film,” said Dana Harrel, Portfolio Creative Entertainment Executive, Walt Disney Imagineering, in a statement. “Anna and Elsa will carry the audience on an emotional journey that includes show-stopping production numbers and a few unique theatrical twists. We can’t wait for everyone to see it!”
Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular, which currently plays the Hyperion, will offer its final performance Jan. 10, 2016, after nearly 14,000 shows.
As previously reported, a Broadway musical version of "Frozen" is also in the works. Oscar-winning songwriters Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez are writing "about a dozen" new songs for the Broadway adaptation, according to an earlier report in The New York Times.