Frozen Sing-Along at Exploration Place is the experience Frozen fans will love

Frozen Sing-Along

Frozen Sing-Along at Exploration Place

My daughter is a huge Frozen fan; it’s a soundtrack we often listen to in the car. When Exploration Place announced an interactive theater experience called Frozen Sing-Along, it was a no-brainer that my daughter had to go.

With Frozen Sing-Along, kids step into the enchanting world of Arendelle for an experience filled with music, laughter and the heartwarming tale of sisters Elsa and Anna. It includes watching the beloved film Frozen on the big screen in Kemper theater at Exploration Place

The interactive experience takes place on select Sundays and Thursdays in November and December, and the first Thursday and Sunday in January. Tickets, which can be purchased here, are $18 per person ($15 for members).

Frozen Sing-Along started with some face painting along with a special appearance by Olaf.

From there, Elsa and Anna came out and judging by the kids’ reaction, you would have thought it was Taylor Swift walking into Arrowhead Stadium.

Elsa is portrayed by McKaylsa Stacey, who many will recognize from her audition on American Idol season 21. Anna is portrayed by Eevan McLeroth who has performed in local community theater and high school productions.

Frozen Sing-Along at Exploration Place

Elsa and Anna began the day with a couple of warm-up songs that kids (and parents) were invited to sing-along. Did I sing the Frozen songs? Of course, I did. Most parents with toddlers born in the Frozen era are lying to you if they say they don’t know some songs.

After that, kids were invited to leave their seats and sit in the front to watch Frozen.

Frozen Sing-Along at Exploration Place

Throughout the movie, there were fun surprises, interactive cues where kids got up to dance and sing, more performances by Elsa and Anna, and an appearance by Olaf.

The children were eating it up. It was the perfect mix of watching the movie and interactive moments for kids who cannot sit still for anything past 10 minutes.

Some kids came in and out during the show, which was totally OK. They were welcome to step out and go play or hang out and enjoy Frozen Sing-Along. It was a fun experience that my daughter, niece, and nephew all enjoyed. And now 20–30 years down the road, they will be able to tell their kids that they were able to meet Elsa and Anna when Frozen 19 comes out in theaters.

As a reminder, tickets can be purchased here.


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