Teen Asks 'Frozen' Stars to Assist With Promposal Outside Theater

The actors who play Anna and Kristoff surprised them at the stage door after the show.

Love is an open stage door for this teen, who enlisted the help of the Broadway stars of "Frozen" to ask his date to prom.

Patti Murin, who plays Anna, and Jelani Alladin, who plays Kristoff, emerged from the St. James Theater in New York City following the show last Friday night, holding signs that read, "Can I just say something crazy?" and "Carly, will you go to prom with Jeremy?"

“I had no idea at all what was going on, especially since he had Patti and Jelani make the poster for him," said Carly Baron, a student at Clarkstown North High School. "I was flustered and surprised – I had no idea it was going to happen."

Her prom date and fellow musical theater fan, Jeremy Cazes, told InsideEdition.com he came up with the idea months ago to buy her a pair of tickets to see "Frozen" for her birthday.

"I started thinking since prom was coming up and I needed to ‘prompose’ to her at some point — why not turn this into an opportunity to have my promposal," 16-year-old Cazes said. "About a week-and-a-half before we went to see the show, I [direct messaged on Instagram] literally everyone in the cast, just to see who would get back to me."

It just so happened that Broadway actor Alladin checked his DMs that day, and saw Cazes' message at the top.

"He was polite, and it was the first time I was ever asked to do something like that, so I thought why not," Alladin told InsideEdition.com.

He added that he then sought out his co-star Murin to help, "and Patti loves young love, so she was hooked."

So Alladin and Murin went to their local Staples to purchase some craft supplies, "things I haven’t used since middle school," Alladin said, and designed a pair of custom signs for their young fans.

“We thought the 'love is an open door' reference would be cute,” he said.

They then contacted security at the stage door to make sure Jeremy and his girlfriend had spots closest to the exit.

"Jeremy told me his grandma was friends with the person who worked the stage door, so we got to go right to the front," Baron said.

And, it went exactly as planned, with a stunned Baron saying yes.

"Seeing them thrilled at the stage door reminded me of all the crazy things I did in high school to ask my prom dates, like singing in the lunchroom in front of everyone in the school dressed in a tux," Alladin said. "People would always find the most creative ways."