Marion, OH – Under the direction of Kristi Wink, seventy-five young people from Marion, Cardington, Richwood, Delaware, and Galion are coming together to bring a Disney phenomenon to the historic Marion Palace Theatre stage. They will perform Disney’s “Frozen, Jr.” Friday, October 4 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 6 at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now.
Directed by Kristi Wink, this delightful adaptation stars the talents of Macie Snyder as Anna, as well as Valerie Dunmire performing in the role of Elsa. The roles of Kristoff and Hans will be played by Carter Rawlins and Noah Williams, respectively. Queen Iduna will be portrayed by Jaidyn Opuni, with Carter Rawlins doubling as King Agnarr. Olivia Shirring and Lucy Turner will play the roles of Young Anna and Young Elsa; with Elli Schenk and Carly Cruse playing Middle Anna and Middle Elsa. The cast also includes: Morgan Elliott – Bulda; Quinn Menzie – Pabbie; Ruby Williams – Bishop; Abby Isler – Sven; Brody Cahill – Olaf; Brooklyn Wallace – Oaken; Nathan Rabun – Weselton; Tanner Miles – Cook; Landon Bauer, Halli Schenk – Guards; Scarlett Roston – Butler; Hannah Carroll – Handmaiden; Katelyn Wicker – Housekeeper; Evie Clark – Steward.
Rounding out the cast and performing in the roles of Castle Staff, Townspeople, Hidden Folk and Oaken Family will be: Rebecca Baldinger, Lilly Bowers, Anna Bradshaw, Natalie Cameron, Sophie Campbell, Avery Chango, Isabelle Combs, Izabelle Cooper, Kylie Corwin, Charlotte Crabtree, Londyn Danals, Eli Deeren, Eva Deeren, Iris Deeren, Lillian Dunmire, Sophia Dunn, Monica Dutton, Alexes Edens, Macey Harper, Emerson Henry, Austin Hicks, Jasmine Ho, Lilyana Jenkins, Elise Kramp, Kaia Lawson, Zion Lawson, Marissa Loyer, Chloe Lust, Alli McCleary, Quinn Menzie, Zaharra Morris, Kylee Mosley, Averianna Mull, Brooklyn Orians, Avery Parthemore, Sophia Raimo, Erin Ramsey, Hillary Rawlins, Sophia Ruth, Keith Shetler, Kyle Shetler, Natalie Shetler, Valerie Shetler, Ameera Snyder, Ciara Sturm, Matthew Szuch, Miley Turner, Meleah Tway, Kilynn Walter, Waverly Werling, Robbie Whalen, and Claire Wiggins.
For the best seats, order your tickets early in person at the Palace Theatre Box Office, 276 W Center Street, by phone (740) 383-2101, or online www.marionpalace.org. Ticket prices for the show are $15 adults, $12 children age 12 & younger. “Frozen, Jr.” is sponsored by Jim & Barb Greetham. Palace programming is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.