DR. SEUSS HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS LOUISVILLE
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Dr. Seuss How the Grinch Stole Christmas Louisville Tickets
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas Louisville TicketsThe Grinch steals the musical stage. This production is a take on how a green, greedy creature takes Christmas away from his nearby community. This is a holiday event that begins on the stage through the work of Max the Dog. The show is a family-centered play that has a comedic twist. This take on Dr. Seuss’ original book was created by a cloud of stage professionals. Mel Marvin wrote the show's music, John Deluca did the choreography and James Vasquez is the director. The script and lyrics were conceived by Timothy Mason.
The Greening of the GrinchThis play about the Grinch’s little heart has been showcased in the US for over 20 years. You will find songs taken from the animated version of Dr. Seuss’ original book. The actual play started as a Broadway show that now travels to venues across the US. The set and costume designers play major roles in getting the characters and settings to unfold. The Grinch, after all, is a green-faced creature. As done with many of the cast on stage, layers of makeup and intriguing costumes are central to recreating the fruits of Dr. Seuss’ imagination. The powerful voices of the performers bring even more story facets to life. There are small, slight adjustments to the Grinch’s original story. What remains intact will reveal a cold persona whose heart eventually grows to three times its original size.
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Who are the cast members of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas Louisville?The playbill for Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas opens with Patrick Page, who’s introduced as the mean old Grinch. He’s followed by Ed Dixon as Old Max and then Darin DePaul as Grandpa Who. Mama and Papa Who are played by Tari Kelly and Aaron Galligan-Stierle. Cindy-Lou Who, the wonderful young girl who transforms the Grinch’s heart, is played by the youthful Caroline London. This musical has a total of 33 cast members.
What are the plot points of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas?It’s the weary dog named Max that presents the show’s plot to the audience. Of course, we can enter the Grinch’s life because Max is his dog. It’s clear that the Grinch has a hateful disposition. He’s lonely, angry and frustrated with his own neighbors, the Whos. He is then moved by a devious plot when all the Whos in town go to sleep. Once and for all, he will end Christmas, toys, treats and "roast beasts." His plan is to disguise himself as Santa Claus and Max as a reindeer to steal the Whos’ gifts from under their Christmas trees. It’s only after succeeding that the Grinch encounters Cindy-Lou, who believes that the Grinch is the real Santa. What follows next is unexpected by the impostor himself. The town wakes up with cries of distress for their Christmas has gone.
Where can I see Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas in Louisville?The musical can be seen at Whitney Hall inside The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.
What are some popular songs from Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas?The score of the play was put together by Mel Marvin and Timothy Mason. Some of their best songs include "I Hate Christmas Eve," "Welcome Christmas," "Whatchamawho" and "You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch."
How many awards has Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas Louisville won?This Grinch hasn't swiped any awards yet, but the late children's book author Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), who created the green meanie, has received Caldecott Honors for several of his books. Oscars, Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards and a Peabody have gone to works based on his stories. Dr. Seuss also received a special Pulitzer Prize for his contributions to children's education and enjoyment.
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