INDIANAPOLIS — The snow may not be glowing white on the mountain tonight, but students at North Central High School have a big thing to celebrate.
North Central won the rights to produce Disney’s Frozen: The Broadway Musical.
Only one school from each state won after sharing how they would use their production as an opportunity to engage with the larger community and create a catalyst for outreach, inclusion and belonging. North Central entered the competition last summer.
"North Central Theatre and Performing Arts are super excited about this amazing opportunity," Joe King, North Central Theatre Director, said in a statement to WRTV. "The students and staff are thrilled for the upcoming challenge of staging this mega-show."
North Central previously produced Beauty and the Beast in 2010 and The Little Mermaid in 2019.
Established in 1956, North Central Theatre and International Thespian Troupe #1851 are one of the school’s oldest and longest running programs. NC Theatre has produced nearly 300 productions including at least one main stage musical each year.
North Central Theatre is slated to perform Disney's Frozen: The Broadway Musical from October 27-November 4, 2023. The school says there will be seven or eight performances.