Thought Frozen was a thing of the past? Think again. All you have to do is go into any room where the average age is roughly 6 years old and ask, "Do you want to build a snowman?"

Guaranteed chorus of answers, and a guaranteed migraine for the remainder of your day.

Unfortunately for parents who are only just getting their children to sing something other than "Let It Go," a new Broadway musical will bring back all of the beloved characters and catchy tunes.

According to Time Out, the musical will star Alex Timbers (Golden Globe and Obie winner) and Peter Darling as director and choreographer respectively.

Musical masterminds (or evil geniuses), Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who wrote the songs for the movie, including "Let It Go," will return to write the music and lyrics for the theatrical performance. Stephen Oremus (two-time Tony Award Winner) is slated to be the musical director.


Though the dates and location have yet to be announced, the show will begin performing their out-of-town tryouts at the Buell Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts starting in the summer of 2017, giving Olaf his time in the summer sun.

The show will then move to Broadway in the spring of 2018.

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Maybe you're like us and loved the move for the first two or three (or 8) viewings... maybe you've even got a fleece Olaf blanket on your bed... we won't judge. Kidding. We totally will. 

Just be sure that you sign up for the e-mail alerts here so you don't miss your shot at a front row ticket.

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[via Time Out] [Feature Image Courtesy Dad's Guide to WDW]