Frozen Throw Play Crosswalk Theater with James Corden, Idina Menzel
The reviews are in and the most recent rendition of Crosswalk Theater was a little a, shall we say,”Fixer Upper.” But, nine from 10 theatre critics still say,”What’s happening here?”
Following James Corden took his troupe to terrorize the streets of France with Les Misérables, the musical parade series by The Late Late Show returns home to do Frozen.
In honor of Frozen 2, hitting theaters this weekend, the movie’s stars Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad joined Corden to perform numbers from the first movie, like”Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” ,”For the First Time in Forever,” and, of course,”Let It Go.”
Equally icy was that the drama backstage. Corden’s Crosswalk Theater character is a bit of a diva. In other words, until he came.
Corden throw himself in the role of Elsa for the first section of the manufacturing, which entails carrying over crosswalks in Los Angeles during red lights and then frantically fleeing to the sidewalk before getting hit by oncoming traffic. Then, when the cast demanded it, Corden and Menzel had a sing-off to determine who should play with Elsa.
In case you could not tell, yes, that is Menzel singing”Let It Go” on top of a quizzical commuter’s car.
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