Madison Square Garden, 4 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001
Re-discover the magic of Dr. Seuss classic holiday tale as it comes to life on stage.
Dr. Seuss' beloved holiday tale, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, is now a major Broadway musical! Max the Dog is your narrator as the Grinch's fiendish plan to steal Christmas from the holiday-loving Whos unfolds. However, the Grinch soon discovers there's more to Christmas than he bargained for in this heart-warming holiday classic.
Featuring the hit songs 'You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch' and 'Welcome Christmas', this beloved tale comes to life on stage.
Under the supervision of 2-time Tony Award® winning director Jack O'Brien the A-list production team includes director Matt August, choreography by Oscar® winning John DeLuca, book by Timothy Mason and music by Mel Marvin. Celebrate the holidays with your family with this whimsical and iconic Broadway musical.
This holiday favorite springs to life through the work of two-time Tony Award-winning director Jack O'Brien (Hairspray, Henry IV, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels).
Opening night: 13 December 2012
Closing night: 30 December 2012
How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a child friendly musical that can be enjoyed by children aged 3 and upwards. All entering the theatre must have a ticket.
90 minutes with no intermission.
9 reviews, average rating: (3.8 Stars)
Fantastic cast, superb costumes and my Granddaughters loved it! To be enj... more
It was funny yet heart warming! a tradition that should live on for years ... more
Loved it! Great fun for the whole family! The Grinch was beautiful, and th... more
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