By Indian Hill High School Senior Kaylie Withers (playing Anna in “Frozen”)
Get Ready for FROZEN this December!
Indian Hill High School’s selection as the only school in Ohio and one of only 51 schools selected from some 300 nationally to debut Disney’s Frozen on the school theater stage, means you have an opportunity to see an elite performance!
“Frozen is such an amazing opportunity and getting to be one of the first high schools in America to put on this show is so exciting,” said Indian Hill student Selah Chandler, playing Sven.
Rehearsals are in full swing for Indian Hill High School's production of Frozen! Memorizing lines seems minimal compared to the amazing work the cast has perfected so far, from performing dances to intense fight scenes. One magical aspect of this incredible production is that it not only contains high school students, but also students from different grade levels within the Indian Hill School District.
“I've never really acted alongside young kids, but this role has given me the opportunity to get closer to future high school actors and set a good example for them,” said Indian Hill student Maggie Petrie, playing the Queen.
The magic continues backstage as our costume and backstage crew are hard at work to produce this amazing show that includes dozens of special effects.
“The student designers are currently working on making a Svens costume!” said Indian Hill student Shannon Aitken, playing Olaf. “Trying to find the perfect blend between human and reindeer is so much fun. For me, being able to be in the show and work backstage is a dream come true.”
Frozen will take place over an unprecedented two weekends in December 2023, for a total of six performances! Be on the lookout for ticket links coming out November 20!
• Saturday, December 9: 7 p.m.
• Sunday, December 10: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
• Thursday, December 14: 7 p.m.
• Friday, December 15: 7 p.m.
• Saturday, December 16: 7 p.m.
Photo caption: Students are hard at work on stage now after Disney selected Indian Hill High School as the only school in Ohio and one of only 51 schools selected from some 300 nationally to debut “Frozen” on the school theater stage this school year.