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A Unique ‘Frozen’ Medley Has Been Released from ‘Disney Princess – The Concert’

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Disney Princess – The Concert might be receiving some less than stellar reviews when it comes to its VIP packages and its similarity to the previous Broadway Princess Party, but the concert itself still features several Disney princess performers who are known for their beautiful singing — and now a Frozen medley from the show has been released as a single!

We already knew from Susan Egan (who played the original Belle in the first Broadway production of Beauty and the Beast and voiced Megara in Hercules) that a single from the Disney princess concert was going to be released, and Benjamin Rauhala, the host of the concert, shared a glimpse of the new single on TikTok! “DISNEY just released our first single. CAN YOU EVEN?!” he wrote.


DISNEY just released our first single. CAN YOU EVEN?! 🤩 #disneyprincessconcert #intotheunknown @disneyconcerts #anneliesevanderpol #susanegan #disney

♬ All Is Found/Into the Unknown – From “Disney Princess – The Concert” – Susan Egan & Arielle Jacobs & Anneliese van der Pol & Syndee Winters & Benjamin Rauhala

The single is a mix of “All Is Found” and “Into the Unkown”, both from Frozen II.


Caroline Bowman as Elsa in Frozen on Broadway. Credit:

The song is performed by Susan Egan herself (who also takes on a Disney villain role briefly during the concert), Anneliese van der Pol (who is best known for her role as Chelsea Daniels in the Disney Channel show That’s So Raven, and who was the last actress to play Belle on Broadway), Syndee Winters (who played Nala in Disney on Broadway’s The Lion King), and Arielle Jacobs (who played Princess Jasmine in Aladdin on Broadway).


Princess Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell), Queen Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel), Olaf (voiced by Josh Gad), Sven, and Kristoff (both voiced by Jonathan Groff) in the animated movie Frozen II. Credit: Disney

The music from Frozen II mainly consists of emotional power ballads on the same level as “Let It Go” from the first Frozen film, so “All Is Found” and “Into the Unkown” sound like a great mix (although “Show Yourself” may have been a good choice as well)!

Susan Egan

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Susan Egan specifically said that this newly-released single is “what [she lives] for every show”, and since almost every classic Disney princess song is in the concert (ranging from “Part of Your World” to “Almost There” to an Anastasia song), this is high praise!

You can find the song here! 


About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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