Ciara Renée will take over the role of Elsa on Tuesday night. (Photo: Deen van Meer)
On Tuesday night, a new version of “Frozen” will be playing Broadway.  In a step rare for the industry, Disney Theatrical Productions has opted to make changes to the musical, which has been running on Broadway for close to two years. The major changes, which were adopted from the touring production, include a new duet for lead characters Anna and Elsa in the second act, a trimmed entr’acte number (“Hygge”) and the elimination of Anna’s solo, “True Love.”  The new version will appear in front of audiences at the St. James Theatre for the first time Tuesday night, alongside a…

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