Dorman Theatre Summer Program presents Frozen Jr




Disney’s FROZEN JR.

Playing at the Dorman High School Fine Arts Center in Roebuck



Roebuck, SC Wednesday, July 9, 2019 – Disney’s Frozen JR. is playing at the Dorman High School Fine Arts Center on Friday, August 9 at 7 pm and on Saturday, August 10 at 2 pm. The spectacular 60-minute musical, designed for young performers, is based on the 2013 Disney film and the 2018 Broadway adaptation. The Dorman Theatre Summer Program cast and crew includes over 50 students led by six theatre professionals.


Leah Wren, Director of the Theatre Education says, “We are thrilled to bring this beloved tale to you free of charge.  We are so blessed to have such wonderful support from Roebuck and the surrounding communities all year long at the Dorman Theatre Department.  Offering this performance without charging admission is a small way that we can give back to a community that continues to show us their love of theatre each and every time they come see a Dorman Theatre production.”


Do you want to build a snowman? You’ll love this fanciful and heartwarming stage adaptation of the top-grossing animated film of all time! Join Anna, Elsa, and all of your favorite characters as they embark on an epic, ice-filled journey of self-discovery, camaraderie, and the real meaning of true love. Adapted for young performers, this musical includes favorite Frozen songs such as “Love Is an Open Door,” “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?,” and “Let It Go,” as well as wonderful new songs from the Broadway production. With its empowering message of love and understanding, Frozen JR. is sure to melt your heart!


All tickets are FREE and seats are general admission. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Groups of 10 or more may request reserved seating in advance.  For information on reserving group tickets please call 864-582-4347 ext. 3505.


Disney’s Frozen JR. is presented through special arrangement with and all materials are provided by Music Theatre International. All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. For more information about licensing Frozen JR. or other Disney shows, please visit


The Dorman Theatre Summer Program (DTSP) began in 2015 with one week-long acting camp and has grown to four camps each summer with a full musical production offering free performances for the community. The DTSP offers acting classes and musical theatre classes, in addition to technical theatre classes, serving all students in grades 4th-12th grades from Spartanburg and Greenville counties. The faculty and staff of the DTSP are highly-qualified, licensed professionals with over 50 years of theatre experience. Over three hundred students have participated in the summer program, with over fifteen hundred audience members enjoying the shows. In 2017, the DTSP successfully launched its first musical, Alice in Wonderland Jr., to rave reviews. The next summer brought another incredible production of Honk, Jr. The DTSP continues to grow each year. We hope you join us next year for yet another marvelous summer!


Music Theatre International (MTI) is one of the world’s leading theatrical licensing agencies, granting theatres from around the world the rights to perform the greatest selection of musicals from Broadway and beyond. Founded in 1952 by composer Frank Loesser and orchestrator Don Walker, MTI is a driving force in advancing musical theatre as a vibrant and engaging art form.

MTI works directly with the composers, lyricists and book writers of these musicals to provide official scripts, musical materials, and dynamic theatrical resources to over 70,000 professional, community, and school theatres in the US and in over 60 countries worldwide.

MTI is particularly dedicated to educational theatre and has created special collections to meet the needs of various types of performers and audiences. MTI’s Broadway Junior™ shows are 30- and 60-minute musicals for performance by elementary and middle school-aged performers, while MTI’s School Editions are musicals annotated for performance by high school students.