Let it go with Idina Menzel in Concert

Photo courtesy of Idina Menzel World Tour

See Tony-winner and the voice of Frozen‘s Elsa as the Idina Menzel World Tour comes to The Woodlands for one night only on Friday, July 31, 2015. 

Adults will enjoy a live performance from this show-stopping performer, but will likely want to leave their young Elsa fans at home. Although Menzel is expected to perform hits from Frozen, among others, the language and comments in other parts of the show can be decidedly adult.

The broadway actress, singer and songwriter has had a diverse career on the stage, in films and television, and in music. As the star of many on and off-Broadway productions, including Wicked and the original production of Rent, Menzel amazes audiences with her strong, emotional performances. She’s the voice millions of little girls emulate as Elsa in Disney’s Frozen, and has been seen on the big screen in the film adaptation of Rent and Disney’s Enchanted.

Now watch this powerful force live at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, where she’ll display her musical chops by performing a diverse repertoire of classic pop and musical theater favorites, backed by a live orchestra.

Although she’s expected to perform songs from her musicals, including Frozen, Wicked and If/Then, this concert is most definitely not for the kiddos. In between numbers, expect some fun, often profanity-laced audience banter from this engaging and talented performer.

Idina Menzel in Concert at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion



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