Watch Frozen’s Caissie Levy Perform ‘Let It Go’ on The View

Video   Watch Frozen’s Caissie Levy Perform ‘Let It Go’ on The View
Broadway’s Queen Elsa sings the Oscar-winning anthem from the stage of the St. James Theatre.

On May 31, Caissie Levy offered a special performance of “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen on ABC’s The View. The Oscar-winning song by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (that became a global phenomenon) is now part of their expanded score for the Broadway musical adaptation of the 2013 animated film.

Check out the clip above.

Levy’s solo performance comes on the heels of the full company’s “For the First Time in Forever” on Good Morning America. Watch the performance here.

Frozen has been nominated for three 2018 Tony Awards: Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book of a Musical for Jennifer Lee—who also wrote and directed the original screenplay.


The cast of Frozen also includes Patti Murin as Anna, Jelani Alladin as Kristoff, Greg Hildreth as Olaf, John Riddle as Hans, Robert Creighton as Weselton, Kevin Del Aguila as Oaken, Timothy Hughes as Pabbie, Andrew Pirozzi as Sven, Mattea Conforti and Zoe Glick as Young Anna, and Mimi Ryder and Ayla Schwartz as Young Elsa.

Rounding out the company are Elsa standby Alyssa Fox, Anna standby Aisha Jackson, Sven alternate Adam Jepsen, and ensemble members Alicia Albright, Tracee Beazer, Wendi Bergamini, Ashley Blanchet, James Brown III, Claire Camp, Lauren Nicole Chapman, Spencer Clark, Jeremy Davis, Kali Grinder, Ashley Elizabeth Hale, Zach Hess, Donald Jones, Jr., Nina Lafarga, Ross Lekites, Austin Lesch, Synthia Link, Travis Patton, Adam Perry, Jeff Pew, Olivia Phillip, Noah J. Ricketts, Ann Sanders, Jacob Smith, and Nicholas Ward.

Directed by Michael Grandage, the musical features choreography by Rob Ashford, sets and costumes by Christopher Oram, lighting design by Natasha Katz, sound design by Peter Hylenski, video design by Finn Ross, puppet design by Micahel Curry, hair design by David Brian Brown, makeup by Anne Ford-Coates, and special effects by Jeremy Chernick.

Stephen Oremus serves as music supervisor, creating vocal, incidental, and dance arrangements; joining him on the music team are orchestrator Dave Metzger, music consultant Chris Montan, and music director Brian Usifer.

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