Get ready for the sounds of hundreds of little voices singing their hearts out on Flood’s Hill Wednesday, as South Orange’s summer Movies in the Park series continues with Disney’s smash hit animated feature “Frozen.” The film begins at 7:45. Bring blankets and lawn chairs (and possibly ear plugs).
For those living under a rock, the movie’s smash hit “Let It Go,” performed in the film by Idina Menzel, became a worldwide sensation. The rest of the film’s soundtrack is no slouch either: “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” sung by Kristen Bell, is another favorite.
The movie is not just for kids, though. Adults can be entranced by the powerful storyline of the unbreakable bond of two sisters, and the enchanting animation.
The movie series will come to a close on August 27 with Michael J. Fox and a magical Delorean in “Back to the Future.”
Free Movies in the Park are presented by the Village of South Orange, The Baird and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.
Movies and schedule are subject to change. Admission is free but bring your own beach chair or blanket.