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Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Tickets

Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Tickets

New York
13 Dec 2018 - 30 Dec 2018

Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Information

One of Dr. Seuss' most loved (and loathed) characters returns to the New York stage for the 2018 Holiday season as How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical plays a limited engagement from December 13 to 30, 2018.

The musical also features the hit songs, "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas," made famous by the original animated television special.

(Photos by Jordan Bush)

Both adults and children alike will find their hearts growing a few sizes (along with the Grinch’s heart, of course) when they witness the magic of the holiday tale on stage. Max the Dog serves as the story’s narrator as the scheming Grinch plans to steal Christmas away from The Whos, the loveable characters that understand and embrace the true meaning of the holidays. When the Grinch realizes that he can’t steal Christmas from Who-ville by taking presents, he returns the gifts and decorations and joins the festivities, proving that all it takes is a little kindness and holiday spirit to make any Grinch not so mean after all.

Run time

1hr 30min (no intermission)

Opening date

December 13th, 2018

Closing date

December 30th, 2018


Closing Soon, Musical

Previews from

December 13th, 2018

Cast and creative

By: Music by Mel Marvin, Book & Lyrics by Timothy Mason
Director: Matt August
Producer: Running Subway Productions and Big League Productions
Cast list: Gavin Lee (as The Grinch)
Design: John Lee Beatty
Costume: Robert Morgan
Choreography: Bob Richard

Our review

What the critics had to say.....CHARLES ISHERWOOD of the NEW YORK TIMES says �The lively whole seemed to please the legions of critics in the audience who really matter here, the 10-and-unders, who hardly stirred in their seats during those 90 minutes. That can confidently be taken as a sign of satisfaction, or at least contented distraction." JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ of the NEW YORK DAILY NEWS says "Eat your heart out, Ebenezer. There's a new holiday humbugger in town. He's a mean, green,...