It's a tale of two Arendelle-based sisters, Elsa and Anna, left orphaned and forced to take care for themselves after their parents died at sea.
Each sister makes deeply personal sacrifices in order to maintain their inner circle as they deal with the coldest winter to ever hit their kingdom. And then there's Olaf, the snowman who likes warm hugs.
By now, most people recognize the plot details of Disney's box-office blockbuster "Frozen," which raked in nearly $1.3 billion, making it the fifth all-time-highest grossing movie worldwide and the highest grossing animated feature ever. The movie was release in 2013 and, less than a year later, "Frozen" isn't done yet.
The smash hit is still breaking records, but in a cooler way—both literally and metaphorically.
"'Frozen on Ice' was the ultimate no brainer and its success has just steamrolled," said Nicole Feld in an interview. She is the executive vice-president of Feld Entertainment, the three-generation family business responsible for bringing the animated movie "Frozen" from on-screen to a live entertainment feature on ice.
"Kids know every single piece of music and dialogue," she said. "Our goal was to stay true to the heart and soul of the movie but in live space and not animation."