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‘Frozen’ to debut four songs when it opens on Broadway in March

Patti Murin and and John Riddle in last

Patti Murin and and John Riddle in last year's Denver production of "Frozen." The show comes to Broadway on March 22. Credit: Deen van Meer

“Let It Go” is getting some competition.

Producers of the upcoming musical “Frozen” have been promising they would expand on the music from the hit animated movie, so no surprise that song writers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, just nominated for an Oscar for their song “Remember Me” from Coco, have announced there will be four new ones.

More interesting is that the songs will each get their own release date, one each on four consecutive Fridays starting Feb. 23, the day after the musical’s first preview at the St. James Theatre.

Elsa, played by Caissie Levy, gets two new solos: “Dangerous to Dream” and “Monster.” For Anna (Patti Murin), there’s a new solo, “True Love,” and a duet with Kristoff (Jelani Alladin), “What Do You Know About Love.”

The songs will be available at (where you can also get information about tickets) and other outlets. The show’s official opening is set for March 22.

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