ROCKLAND — Oceanside High School Theatre, 400 Broadway, presents “Frozen Jr.” Nov. 12, 13, 19 and 20 at 7 p.m., and Nov. 21 as a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Alison Johanson’s technical theatre students have been hard at work creating the sets and backgrounds for this magical show. Students are excited to be back on stage and behind the scenes.

A very talented cast includes Maria Protheroe as Young Anna, Ruby Jovin as Middle Anna and Anna Siletti as Anna. Young Elsa is portrayed by Ava Carpenter, Middle Elsa by Haley Black and Addie Hendricks as Elsa. Richard Rantala plays Hans, while Connor Macy portrays Westleton and Aiden Sheriden plays the Bishop. Collin Landry plays King Agnarr, while Mona Gott plays portrays Queen Iduna. The Hidden Folk led by Alydia Hatch and Mathew Goff, also includes Kaz France, Hope Munro and Kamryn Prior. Sven the reindeer is played by Deklin Fitzgerald, and Kristoff is portrayed by Jameson Bell. Olaf is brought to life by Brady Marchessault. The cast also includes the Oaken sisters led by Scout Bookham and Hannah Hall, along with Taylor Landry and Isabella Grey. The Townspeople include Sophie Protheroe, Morgan Gehouskey, Chance Woodcock, Sena Carlson, Gabby Tolman and Ella Russamano. The Palace Wait Staff includes Sydney Gamage, Sophia Clayton, Karmon Killeran, Alyssa Griffen, Cassidy Novicka and Allie Colburn.

There are two specialty dance numbers featured in the show. The Snowdancers are Ashleigh Cronin, Helen Harrington, Laney King and Hallye King. The Hygee dancers include Olivia VanBuskirk, Mariah Watkinson, Helen Harrington and Kayla Baines.

Maddy Whytock is the light designer and operator assisted by Emily Knutson and Brady Wadsworth on spotlight. Dasia Hustus serves as the sound technician and Sydney Gamage as the stage manager. The onstage crew includes Michael Frost, Mareh Willis, Charlie Clines, Lily Sukeforth, Karen Skarka, Grace VanBuskirk and Alayna Marchessault.

Johanson is the stage director with David Johanson as the technical director. Barbara Hendricks serves as the musical director while Marlene Hall leads the pit band.

Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $6 for senior citizens and children. The auditorium will be restricted to 350 seats per performance and masks are required.