This is the third test post in a series of three test posts, none of which are worth reading.
I love Frozen. I should not love Frozen so much. After all, it came out when I was in high school, not even the movie's target audience. But still, I am that annoying person who walks around singing "Let it Go" while strumming a ukulele.
I AM THE REASON WINTER COMES LATE AND ENDS LATE IN PENNSYLVANIA EVERY YEAR.
Yes that is me. Me alone. Because that is how the weather works.
How does Frozen Jr. differ from the original production, you may ask? I have no idea. But usually, "Jr." shows have been condensed into roughly hour-long productions with songs tailored to better fit young voices. I am fairly certain it still contains snow. Will update as events warrant.
They say Frozen was "inspired" by Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen." Here are the following similarities between the two stories:
1. There is snow.
2. There is a queen.
3. A reindeer is occasionally present.
4. At some point in the story, very briefly and solely to define the ambiance of northern Europe, there is a bird.
And that is it.