The "Frozen" Summer Fun event is in full swing at Disney's Hollywood Studios, offering live shows, cavalcades, and even a second nighttime spectacular.
While not a lot of work is being done around the park at this time (it feels like we have been waiting way too long for the rumored major expansion of this park), a few areas are receiving some attention during the busy summer season. Let's take a look around the park, focusing on the Frozen additions and all the rest:

Welcome to Hollywood Studios:

The side screen returned this year. It is mostly used during the stage shows and the fireworks:

The huge stage in front of the theater:

Frozen merchandise is available everywhere around the park:

The newly-renamed Hyperion Theater received a nice marquee a few weeks ago:

The signs of the Frozen sing-along look much more permanent this time:

Minimal changes have been done around the rest of the building:

The pre-show area now includes footage from the movie:

Inside the theater:

Projection mapping is used on the sides of the theater:

The stage props are much more elaborate in this version of the sing-along:

The actual show has not changed at all. That is a positive news, as it is actually quite entertaining:

After the show:

More merchandise:

The short film entitled "Frozen Fever" plays every 30 minutes right next door:

Moving on:

The former home of the Frozen sing-along is once again just an abandoned (and lonely) warehouse:

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