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Christy Fleming
Christy Fleming
The managing editor of TownSquareDelaware.com, Christy Fleming also supports a variety of non-profit initiatives in Delaware. Her background includes positions in public relations, advertising and journalism.

With ice castles and a talking snowman, Frozen Jr. opens at Delaware Children’s Theatre on November 16.

Running every weekend at 2 pm through December 15, this magical production features a talented cast of 40 performers, special effects and beautiful voices.

Whether you are rooting for Anna to find her prince or Elsa to find her powers, this musical is a perfect holiday event. The production features a princess parade where your child can dress up like Elsa and Anna too!

The unprecedented success of the first film, released in 2013, swayed Disney executives towards making a sequel (Frozen 2), which also releases nationwide next week. This is the first time the DCT has performed Frozen, giving kids the chance to see and hear the characters up close.

Guests can take their own Christmas pictures with the cast after the show.  Tickets available at dechildrenstheatre.org and at the door. Free parking in the lot across the street.

Photos by Matthew Peterson

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