By Bryony Lavery
Directed by Andrew Coopman
One sunny evening, a young girl walks to visit her grandmother. She never arrives.
A play about retribution, remorse, evil, and redemption, Frozen explores the interwoven lives of three strangers as they try to make sense of the unimaginable. Second-year MFA director Andrew Coopman directs.
Run Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
NOTE: Due to the intimate nature of the Cabaret Theatre as well as the content of this play, there will be no late seating.
CONTENT WARNING: This play contains intense adult content. It is recommended for audiences ages 18 and up. For more detailed content information, click here.
This show is part of the School of Drama's new CabLab series. CabLabs take place in the Cabaret Theatre in Hutchinson Hall. They are free for students and subscribers.
UW Drama season subscribers: To reserve your tickets for Frozen: A Play, please contact Caroline Rensel at email@example.com prior to Wednesday, February 26th.
UW students: Student tickets to this show are free. Please show your Husky card at the ticket desk to get your free ticket. Ticket availability is not guaranteed. If you would like to reserve your free ticket in advance, please contact Holly Arsenault at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Kiki Abba (guest artist)
|Emily Welter (guest artist)
|Jason Treviño (2nd year MFA actor)
|Koo Park (1st year MFA actor)
|Andrew Coopman (2nd year MFA director)
|Joshua Legate (2nd year MFA designer)
|Oxana Cozlova (1st year MFA designer)
|Elana Lessing (undergraduate Drama major)
|Samantha Davis (UW doctoral student)
|EM Chan (UW undergraduate)