Monthly Archives: February 2018

Disney On Ice Presents Frozen – Review


Yesterday, I surprised my girls after school and told them we would be going to see Disney On Ice. It was so fun to see them get so excited, jumping up and down and screaming! They have been to a few different versions of Disney On Ice over the past several years but it has been a couple years since we last went. It made for a fun Valentine’s date night with my girls. And my husband was more than happy to order Chinese food and stay home with the baby!


We arrived at the Capital One Arena (formerly Verizon Center) early and attended the media party where we got to see Mickey. The girls munched on snowflake cookies, blue hot cocoa, and carrot sticks with Ranch dip – all in keeping with the Frozen theme. They were also thrilled to get their faces painted. Then it was time to grab a few more snacks and head down to our seats.


The show opens with Goofy, Mickey, and Minnie skating onto the ice, followed by several princesses including Ariel, Cinderella, and Snow White. A few more Disney characters from Finding Nemo/Dory and Toy Story come out and they all perform during the opening song.


Then the show proceeds into the Frozen story and pretty much follows the movie itself. The production, set, costumes, and special effects are all top notch per usual with Disney. It’s such an entertaining show and completely engages the little ones.


If your kids are Disney fans, they will absolutely love the show. And if they are Frozen fans, they will love this even more! Tickets are very affordable and it’s definitely worth it! Just be forewarned that the concessions are steep ($15 for cotton candy and $12 for popcorn). There are also merchandise stands everywhere and your kids will want to buy all the things! I thought ahead this year and dug through the playroom and found several of the spinning light-up toys from previous shows and brought them along.


There are still lots of shows remaining throughout the long holiday weekend:

  • Thursday, February 15th  7:30 p.m.
  • Friday, February 16th  7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, February 17th  10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, February 18th  12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Monday, February 19th  12:30 p.m.

To order tickets by phone:            1-800-745-3000
To order tickets online:        

Disney On Ice Presents Frozen – Coming Soon to DC – Feb 14-19!


I’m so excited to surprise my girls with a Valentine’s Day date to go see Disney On Ice! Are you taking your kids to the show? There are still tickets available and you can use code BLOG to save $5 on tickets.

Here is some fun trivia to play with your kids:

  1. In which kingdom do Anna and Elsa live?

Answer: The Kingdom of Arendelle.

  1. Who helped Young Anna recover from being hit by Elsa’s powers?

Answer: Grand Pabbie.

  1. Who likes “warm hugs”?

Answer: Olaf.

  1. What is Kristoff’s profession?

Answer: He is an ice harvester.

  1. What phrase does Elsa repeat when trying to control her powers?

Answer: “Conceal it…don’t feel it…don’t let it show.”

  1. Why do the guards open up the gates of the palace?

Answer: Elsa’s coronation.

    1. Bonus: How long have the gates been closed?

Answer: 13 years.

  1. How many salad plates do Anna and Elsa own?

Answer: 8000.

  1. Anna and Hans finish each other’s ______.

Answer: Sandwiches.

  1. What is the “amazing smell” Anna and Elsa detect at the coronation celebration?

Answer: Chocolate.

  1. Who does the crazy dance with Anna at Elsa’s coronation?

Answer: The Duke of Weselton.

  1. Why doesn’t Elsa want Anna to marry Hans?

Answer: Because Anna and Hans just met.

  1. What does Elsa build during the song “Let It Go”?

Answer: An ice castle.

  1. What is Sven’s favorite snack?

Answer: Carrots.

  1. Which animals chase after Anna, Kristoff and Sven when they begin to search for Elsa?

Answer: Wolves.

  1. What is Olaf’s favorite season?

Answer: Summer.

  1. What animal does Olaf dance with in his song about summer?

Answer: Seagulls.

  1. What is the name of the enormous icy snowman Elsa creates?

Answer: Marshmallow.

  1. Fill in the blank. “Some people are worth ______.”

Answer: Melting for.”

  1. When Elsa breaks Arendelle’s eternal winter, what does she do to keep Olaf from melting?

Answer: She creates a snow flurry that follows him everywhere he goes.


  1. What part of Anna’s body did Elsa hit with her powers when they were young?

Answer: Her head.

  1. Who does Anna tell to “hang in there” during the song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”

Answer: Joan of Arc.

Additional Frozen facts:

The following trivia can/should be utilized during cast interviews to segue back to the show messaging or as an added fun element for the segment.

  1. During the song “For the First Time in Forever” how many pictures does Anna pass and imitate?

Answer: 5.

  1. When Anna asks Olaf to wait outside Elsa’s castle for “one minute” and Olaf begins to count, it is exactly one minute in the film until he enters the following scene.

Anna and Olaf