How the Grinch Stole Christmas

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St James Theatre

246 West 44th Street

90 minutes no intermission

November 1, 2007

Broadway Musical

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This classic holiday story returns to Broadway just in time for the Christmas season. After a sold-out run last year Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas comes to the St. James Theatre on November 1, 2007. This family friendly musical adaptation of the beloved holiday tale comes to life right before your eyes. This is definitely one show that must be added to your family’s holiday traditions.

In this version Max the Dog narrates as the scheming Grinch decides to take Christmas away from the Who’s down in Whoville because he can’t stand their singing and happy faces during this particular time of year. The Grinch, a natural plotter, dresses as Santa and steals everything from the Christmas tree and presents right down to the Who’s “roast beast”. But as it turns out not even the mean, old Grinch can stop Christmas from coming for the Who’s and they celebrate despite his dastardly efforts. The Grinch realizes that there is more to Christmas then presents, it isn’t about the tree or the feast but about the love and togetherness that is shared during this time. The Who’s are able to soften the Grinch’s heart and teach him the true meaning of the season.

The production stars many of the same actors from last year reprising their roles including Patrick Page as the Grinch. Page is best known for playing Scar in The Lion King and Lumiere in The Beauty and the Beast. The show also features Darin DePaul, Ed Dixon and Aaron Galligan-Stierle. The production is directed by Matt August with the Book and lyrics by Timothy Mason. The music is by Mel Marvin but the production also features the hit songs from the timeless television special “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” and “Welcome Christmas”. This familiar holiday standard will make audiences fall in love with the Grinch all over again.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a warm and funny holiday tale that is sure to brighten anyone’s season. The special effects and eye pleasing surprises will keep children as well as adults mesmerized throughout the production. The show also offers an expanded schedule to give families even more opportunities to get to this production during an already hectic time of the year. It can be seen over twelve times a week with eight weekend performances and a special 11:00 am Thursday matinee for schools. The show runs for eighty minutes with no intermission to hold the attention of the little ones. Seeing the Grinch is a fantastic way to begin the Christmas season. It is a show the whole family can enjoy. Get your tickets soon because once the tree and the decorations come down so does the curtain on this spectacular show! It is scheduled to close on January 6, 2008.

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Show Times

Wed 2pm Thurs 11am Sat 11am 2pm 5pm Sun 11am 2pm 5pm

Wed Thurs Fri 7:30pm
Sat 8pm


Take the A, C, E trains to 42nd Street. Exit 44th Street and head east to the theatre.


The Grinch - Patrick Page
Old Max - John Cullum
Young Max - Rusty Ross
Annie Who - Caitlin Belcik
Cindy-Lou Who - Nicole Bocchi
Boo Who - Aaron Conley
Danny Who - James Du Chateau
Danny Who - Eamon Foley
Mama Who - Kaitlin Hopkins
Betty Who - Libby Jacobson
Cindy-Lou Who - Caroline London
Michael McCormick as Grandpa Who


Direction - Matt August
Book - Timothy Mason
Lyrics - Timothy Mason
Music - Mel Marvin
Choreography - John Deluca
Scenic Design - John Lee Beatty
Lighting Design - Pat Collins
Puppets - Michael Curry

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