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frozen the musical

Theatre Royal Dury Lane


“Go see it! You will be amazed and enthralled!”



“These transformational moments video-designed by Finn Ross are big & blinding, & there are breathtaking displays of fizzing light & crackling sound.”


The highest-grossing animated film of all time, Disney’s ‘Frozen’, made its Broadway debut at the St James Theatre, NYC.  Finn Ross and FRAY Studio were tasked with making video content to bring the show to life with a theatrical world of snow, ice and the Northern Lights.

FRAY collaborated with Christopher Oram, Set and Costume designer, and Richard Nutbourne Scenic Studio, to develop a ground-breaking technique. This enabled scenery which looked like stone or wood under normal theatre lighting, to magically transform into ice when a series of custom-made LED screens embedded beneath the scenic surface were activated.

The Aurora Borealis weaved throughout the entire show as a constantly shifting, intricate presence. These lights were wholly created through live rendering using Notch and a Disguise GX2 server.

Fray Team

Animation: Adam Young, Robert Figueria, Dan Lund & Austin Swister

Notch Animation: Adam Young

Art Work: Walt Disney Animation Studio & Finn Ross

Initial Concept Development: Ash Woodward, Norv Genys, Helen Frost & Alex Uragallo

Technical Associate & System Design: Jonathan Lyle

Programmer: Zach Peletz

System Engineer: Asher Robinson

Creative Team

Book: Jennifer Lee

Music & Lyrics: Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez

Directed: Michael Grandage

Choreographed: Rob Ashford

Scenic Design: Christopher Oram

Costume Design: Christopher Oram

Lighting Design: Natasha Katz

Sound Design: Peter Hylenski

Video Design: Finn Ross

Puppet Design: Michael Curry

Hair Design: David Brian Brown

Makeup Design: Anne Ford-Coates

Photo credit: Deen van Meer

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