This wildly irreverent solo show is a heartfelt holiday parody that looks at the life of a grown-up Cindy Lou Who. Starring Lesli Margherita ('Matilda The Musical'). More…
A middle-aged Cindy Lou Who, now residing in a beaten-down trailer in the snowy hills of Mount Crumpit, is about to host a Christmas Eve party for her friends. As she prepares, she recalls from her own perspective that fated night when she first met the Grinch, and the strange turn of events her life has taken for the past 40 years.
See it if Margherita at her best (as usual). Hysterically funny, clever an moving. Leaves you wanting more! The best holiday show out there. Must see!
Don't see it if only if you will not take any profanity at all.
See it if You want to see a masterful performance by Margherita. Story is funny, entertaining & heartfelt. The perfect holiday treat.
Don't see it if You are a Grinch or Scrooge and aren't interested in any Holiday Fun.
See it if Cindy Lou Who's life goes wrong/ A pitiful mess for jokes and song/ Sex, booze and pot/ Innocent she's not/ Warmly she'll bring us along.
Don't see it if You don't like raunchy, irreverent, sarcastic comedy. You are unfamiliar with Dr. Seuss. A whole show in rhyme is too much for you.
See it if you're ready to laugh (and, at times, even "boo hoo") at a twisted sequel to the Grinch, as told by a grown-up, tawdry Cindy Lou.
Don't see it if you're not familiar with the classic story by Seuss, or, as a purist, you don't want to imagine Cindy Lou after years of abuse.
See it if Margherita explodes as a delightfully raunchy Cindy Loo Hoo in Lombardo's Dr. Seuss holiday parody Rhymed couplets work suprising well
Don't see it if Grows a little maudlin & sentimental in mid-section but Margherita's savvy wit keeps us hooked (& crooked) Does well w/Xmas ballad & finale
See it if ...you want to spend an enjoyable hour laughing and seeing the impressive job a solo actor does of holding audience's attention. Very fun!
Don't see it if Not for the kids. Don't see it if you're not familiar with Dr. Seuss. Totally upends the original story.
See it if you're looking for a short, mostly fun holiday show that is full of camp humor. Lesli Margherita owns her role with a great performance.
Don't see it if you're looking for a holiday show to take your kids to. This is very much adult humor and it does include some dark topics.
See it if you would be interested in a play spoken all in verse, or if you enjoy Christmas characters and would like a story created around them.
Don't see it if if you want a serious play, are offended by raunchy sexual talk, or if you are not familiar with Christmas characters or do not like them.
See it if you enjoy humor, Christmas, and/or Dr. Suess books. This is Defcon 1 Lesli Margherita, and that is always a very good thing.
Don't see it if you detest rhyming, you hate Christmas, you despise fun, and/or you have a stick up your you-know-where.
See it if You want a fun show with clever writing. Takes twists and turns. Although a one person show it feels like there are more characters. go see!
Don't see it if Sexual references are not your taste. Three are not many and they are funny.
See it if A light solo show with a different twist on the holidays. A campy fun hour.
Don't see it if Do not go if you are offended by gay or sexual jokes. This is a solo show.
See it if you want to have a good time, and see a show that's all in rhyme; So get out , even if it's chilly to see a show that is fun and silly.
Don't see it if you're a serious kind, preferring to think and use your mind; for a show in couplets, you have no use and are not a fan of Dr. Suess.
See it if Adults-only, 1-woman holiday parody of Dr. Seuss. Clever, funny, touching. Lesli Margherita is wonderful as a middle aged Cindy Lou Who.
Don't see it if This is a short, 1-hour show. Rhyming could wear thin but Lesli's perfect, funny, nuanced performance elevates it & makes it fresh.
See it if the right amount of wacky comedy combined with holiday cheer is exactly what you have been lacking in your life at this time of the year.
Don't see it if a modern update on a classic holiday character would ruffle more than a few of your feathers.
See it if You'd like a fun romp through a new story about Cindy Lou Who. It was heartfelt and fun. A Christmas Treat.
Don't see it if Warning...If you're a Grinch you may actually laugh and smile...
See it if you want to see a delightful, raunchy 1 person show highlighting what happened to Cindy Lou Who years later, cleverly told in couplets.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of the Grinch or don't like shows that are not PC.
See it if You could be entertained by seeing a dysfunctional, grown up Cindy-Lou-Who hysterically portrayed by Lesli Margherita.
Don't see it if You are a Dr. Seuss purist, don't like raunchy humor, or would get annoyed with a show performed in rhyming couplets.
See it if You're a fan of Ms. Margherita or just want the quick laugh of an adult, r-rated respite from the annual forced-march towards holiday cheer.
Don't see it if You're thinking of bringing kids, or if you'd rather keep your Cindy Lou Who memories pristine, untouched by bad luck booze and poor choices
See it if You need a jolt of holiday spirit, a raunchy laugh, and to spend an evening with the wonderful Lesli Margherita!
Don't see it if You think Dr Seuss’ work is above a parody or if you don’t like raunchiness with your holiday fare
See it if Want a good laugh and are not offended by raunchy innuendos and abusive language. Lesli is wonderful as Cindy Lou Who.
Don't see it if Want to see a traditional or family show. Keep the kiddies away from this one. If you are offended by abusive language or themes.
See it if You've got the Holiday blues and need a laugh. Or - just go for the tour-de-force performance. Great comedian, singer and rapper! Fun show.
Don't see it if If you can't handle a bit of crudeness and a lot of gay jokes. LM clearly has a cult gay following.
See it if Enjoyment rises with a greater knowledge of the Seuss anthology; however QueenLesli gets to show off her range of talent regardless
Don't see it if Bawdy adult humor falls between an R and NC-17; hour and a few minutes length may reduce the sense of value; audience participation at times