Grinch is a harsh creature, who lives in a cave on snowy Mount Crumpit, which is a 10,000-foot high Steep Mountain, located north of Whoville. His heart is “two sizes too small.” He has no one to keep him company, except his faithful, but dim-witted dog. From the peak of Mount Crumpit, he can hear the celebration sounds of Christmas that come from Whoville, where the kind-hearted and cheerful Whos live.
Here is your chance to get tickets to the Grinch Stole Christmas. We know what it’s like to find entertainment around the holidays. This is your chance to see a fun show for both adults and kids. Listed below you will find tickets for all of the upcoming shows around the country. Some of these are in New York, while others are part of the touring group. Either way, use the Load More button if you don’t see a show near you.There were no events found for How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
Grich gets jealous of Whos’ happiness. He plots to spoil their Christmas. He goes downtown and through a cleverly planned serial burglary, steals everyone’s Christmas gifts and decorations. He thinks that by doing so, he can prevent Christmas from arriving. However, he gets shocked when he learns that, despite stealing everybody’s Christmas gifts, Christmas has arrived, and everyone is enjoying it! Then he learns the lesson that Christmas is not just about gifts and decorations. It is more about the spirit of Christmas and strong bonds.
Currently, Grinch’s heart enlarges three sizes bigger. He returns every gift and decoration. The whole community of Whos heartily welcomes this cave creature.
Dr. Seuss has written the classic book “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”. The Broadway musical version of this book will make its return from November 1, 2007, to January 6, 2008. This year also marks the book’s 50th anniversary. The premiere year of this show broke records of box office attendance and it gained the status of topmost holiday Broadway show for three continuous weeks, in the month of December!
There is good news for Grinch fans – there will be 15 performances of this musical a week! At weekends there will show 8 shows and the whole week will show multiple matinees! Now is the time to grab an opportunity to watch Grinch steal Christmas and later, change his heart.
The Grinch is played by Patrick Page. The other stars are Ed Dixon playing Old Max, Darin DePaul playing Grandpa Seth Who, Rusty Ross playing Young Max, Aaron Galligan-Stierle playing JP Who, Caroline London playing Cany Lou Who, Jan Neuberger playing Grandma Who, and Tari Kelly playing Mama Who.
In addition to this, the citizens of Whoville are Juliette Allen Angelo, Jahaan Amin, Jess Le Protto, Joseph Harrington, Amy Griffin, Hunter BellJanet Dickinson, Eamon Foley, Sky Flaherty, Michael Hoey, Katie Micha, Jillian Mueller, Janelle Viscomi, Heather Tepe, Sami Gayle, Carly Hughes, Brianna Gentilella, Marina Micalizzi, William Ryall, Kurt Kelly, Andy Richardson, Liesl Jaye, Jordan Samuels, Jeff Skowron, Josephine Rose Roberts, Tianna Jane Stevens, and Johnny Schaffer.
The director as well as the original production conceiver is Jack O’Brien. The original choreographer is John DeLuca and the co-choreographer is BobRichard. The design team includes Pat Collins for lights, John Lee Beatty for scenes, Robert Morgan for costumes, Acme Sound Partners for sound, Michael Curry for Puppetry, Gregory Meeh for special effects, Angelina Avallone for make-up, and others.
Get the Best The Grinch Stole Christmas Seats
It does take some effort and a budget to get the best tickets to this show or any other show out there. Timing is one model you can follow, but assuming your budget is set, you should try to find seats in the center area. Although left and right will also work, by having a center-stage seat you will allow your children to see everything without being distracted. The best seats will cost money, but it won’t be terrible. Try to make the memory that much better when you get the best Grinch seats.