We all went into Frozen fully expecting to hate the obvious contender for irritatingly cute and quirky sidekick, Olaf. Instead, he made us melt with emotions and we got waylaid by another annoying plush doll marketing ploy: the trolls.
But good news to all of you who loved Frozen except for that whole subplot with the trolls — Broadway’s musical adaptation of Frozen will cut them out altogether. Now that’s how you treat a fixer upper.
According to the New York Times, the musical adaptation of Frozen will block the trolls from making the transfer to the stage. Instead, the trolls will be replaced by “a group of scruffy (covered in greenery), sexy (greenery only goes so far), tailed creatures, called hidden folk, drawn from Scandinavian folklore and chanting in Norwegian.”
While I’m thankful that there won’t be a troll in sight — unless it’s an internet troll in the audience — at the Frozen Broadway show, it’s a little ridiculous that they were cut out in favor of “sexy” Scandinavian folk creatures. Now I can only imagine that the creative process around this segment of the play entailed a lot of brainstorming over how to make rock trolls sexy. Which would have been hilarious.
Instead, we’ll get to see the “sexy” Scandinavian folk creatures do their version of “Fixer Upper,” the trolls’ signature song from the 2013 animated movie.Read More...
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