Launching Pad Presents Frozen Jr. in Ballston Spa
Launching Pad Productions, the Ballston Spa Middle School drama club, presents the musical Frozen Jr. as this year’s annual production. It is perfect for families of all shapes and sizes.
Frozen Jr. will be performed by a cast of over 50 students with another 60+ crew members putting the show together behind the scenes. Performances will be held on Friday, January 31; Saturday, February 1; Friday, February 7; Saturday, February 8 at 7:00pm and Sunday, February 9th. There will also be a matinee performance at 1:00pm on February 1 & 8, 2020. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens and can be purchased at the door before each performance.
In conjunction with Launching Pad Productions, the Rotary Club of Ballston Spa will be in the lobby before each performance collecting non-perishable food items for their annual Spread the Love Food Drive to benefit food pantries in Ballston Spa. Please consider bringing a few non-perishable food items with you when you come to enjoy Frozen Jr.
The show is directed and produced by Middle School teacher, Joseph Shaver; choreographed by Sarah VanAernem; music directed by Laurie Huck; scene and lighting design by Patrick Ferlo; and costumes by Melissa Glastetter and Dawn Nolan. Please contact the Ballston Spa Middle School for additional information at 518-884-7200 or visit the website at www.bscsd.org.
Get a sneak peek of the play! Frozen Trailer
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Middle School students from the cast of Frozen Jr. surprised a preschooler (dressed as Elsa) by singing “Let it Go” to her at our local McDonalds while they were on a promotional tour. The video went viral on Facebook and led to a few additional news stories. The latest was Good Morning America picking it up and doing a story late Friday/Saturday. You can view it here: Middle school students create magical ‘Frozen’ flash mob for 3-year-old fan