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  How The Grinch Stole Christmas at Children's Theatre Company

How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Children's Theatre Company
2400 3rd Ave S Minneapolis

The Whos down in Whoville are happily preparing for their winter holiday, when the Grinch—that fuming, riled-up, blustery grump—becomes bent on making Whoville’s Christmas history. This full-blown musical spectacular illuminates the lengths this holiday-hating beast will go to dampen the spirits of Whoville, before learning the things that matter most can’t be wrapped in a box or tied with a bow.Pre-K+

Thru - Dec 30, 2012

Price: $10-$79.50

Box Office: 612-874-0500

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  How The Grinch Stole Christmas Reviews

Star Tribune - Highly Recommended

"...He takes us through the Grinch's emotional journey, from distempered scowl to warm, caring figure. Sigmund imbues the Grinch with some mania, though he is not as maniacal as Jim Carrey in the 2000 movie version. Still, his sudden eruptions of meanness, especially to poor dog, Max (the younger version is played with earnest goodness by Brandon Brooks), are sufficiently scary. And Sigmund's phrasing on the musical numbers conveys all of character's emotions, so we feel viscerally what we know in our heads about him."
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Rohan Preston

How Was The Show - Highly Recommended

"...The holiday season approaches, so it must be time once again for that lovable grouch called "Grinch" to attempt to steal Christmas from us. He can't succeed, as we know, but it's oh, so much fun watching him try."
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Janet Preus

Aisle Say Twin Cities - Highly Recommended

"... I look for two things in a children’s show: first, that the kids like it, and second, that it’s got something to entertain adults, too. The Children’s Theatre Company leaves no doubt about either in its revival of the holiday favorite, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It’s a book most Americans have known and loved since childhood, but the CTC presents it in such a vibrant and energetic way that even adults will find themselves hooked."
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Sophie Kerman

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