Frosty The Snowman

Frosty The Snowman Tickets

The classic tale of Frosty the Snowman has fascinated millions around the world and continues to melt hearts every holiday season. The beloved snowman is back to put a smile on your face but this time the Christmas tale will be retold in a new and exciting way. With book by William Francis along with lyrics and music by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson, the story of Frosty the Snowman will be presented live on stage in order to celebrate the upcoming holiday season. The new musical adventure will be presented at Fort Worth’s Casa Manana as well as Raleigh’s Duke Energy Center. 

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Frosty the Snowman

Book By:

William Francis

Music & Lyrics:

Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson


Frosty the Snowman was first popularized as a song; written by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins. Recorded in 1950 by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys, the track was written to give Gene another seasonal hit after the success of his previous track ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’. The song made it to number seven position on the US Pop Single chart. Later, it was covered by several artists including Johnny Mathis, Jan and Dean, Perry Como and Kimberley Locke, whose 2007 version charted at number one spot on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.

The TV Special

Inspired by the chart breaking song, a TV special was produced by the Rankin/Bass that was aired in 1969 on the CBS Network. The animated television show featured the voice of Jackie Vernon as the titular character and Jimmy Durante as the narrator. It was written by Romeo Muller and consisted of music by Maury Laws.

The story follows a group of children who create a snowman and then accidently bring him to life by placing a magic black top hat on him. The children immediately develop a liking for the friendly snowman and the group then travels through the town. On the other hand, the children’s professor and the owner of the magical hat, Professor Hinkle wants his hat back and thus starts following the group. In order to avoid Hinkle as well as the rising temperature that might melt Frosty, the children decide to take the snowman to a cooler place. This leads to a heartfelt and exciting journey for the entire group.

The Stage Adaptation

The celebrated holiday story of Frosty the Snowman will now be brought to life on stage this season. An all-family affair, the musical show will surely keep both the children as well as parents engaged throughout the show. With captivating storyline, foot tapping music and colorful set designs, the musical adventure is the best holiday season gift to treat your entire family to. The Frosty the Snowman tickets will soon be available for the audiences. So makes sure to reserve seats at this upcoming musical adventure for an unforgettable journey. 


Did You Know

  • In 1950, Frosty the Snowman was made into a children’s book with illustration by Corinne Malvern and adaptation by Annie North Bedford.
  • Frosty was first brought to life on-screen in a three minute animated short by UPA in 1965, which now regularly appears on WGN-TV.
  • A 1938 short film, aired twelve years prior to the release of Frosty, featured a note-to-note identical theme to the song.
  • The cover version of The Ronettes was featured in the American classic film ‘Goodfellas’.
  • The 1969 Frosty the Snowman TV special marked the last performance of the celebrated artist Jimmy Durante in a film.