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 You want to see a great one woman show. Its creative from start to finish. She engages the audience so you're a part of the show!
Don't see it if You're not up for a great show.
See it if You are looking for a fun, silly, and surprisingly emotional holiday show from a hilarious and engaging actress.
Don't see it if you do not like crude humor or do not want the purity Cindy Lou Who and Dr. Seuss to be tainted.
See it if You need a good laugh! Lesli Margherita is hilarious! I laughed non-stop the entire show.
Don't see it if You don't like rhyming. The entire show rhymes.
See it if You're a Lesli Margherita fan. She's great and even does some singing.
Don't see it if You want to keep the pristine version of the Grinch story in your head.
See it if the show is hilarious, the actress, was spot on with the rhymes, so worth seeing. plus its not a long show.
Don't see it if short show but other that, so worth the 60 minutes of lauging.
See it if you want to walk out of the theater with a big ole smile!! Smartly done with tons of wit.
Don't see it if campy humor is not your thing.
See it if You can tolerate a bad parody of Dr. Seuss. The rhymes are forced, the meter doesn't scan, and the biggest laughs are from foul language.
Don't see it if Love Dr. Seuss, because this desecrates the tradition of good rhymes and good meter.
See it if you have a sense of humor and a heart. the writing is clever and relevant to being a human being.
Don't see it if you have neither a sense of humor nor a heart or if you are looking for a Broadway spectacular. This is just a fun holiday show.
See it if You’re willing to gleefully indulge in nostalgia with no reverence, you like camp humor
Don't see it if You hate vulgarity or get annoyed by rhymes
See it if You want to envision several Dr. Seuss characters fast-forwarded 20 years or so with unusual twists and turns in their lives. Irreverent.
Don't see it if You want to remember the Seuss characters as they were from your childhood or from reading the stories to your children.
See it if ...you want to laugh like crazy and be moved to tears, as well. GREAT music (the rap song is worth the price of admission). Ms. Lesli...WOW!
Don't see it if ...you're offended by certain four-letter words or don't like one-person shows.
See it if If you want to see a hilarious play to counter the stress of the season. This is perfect for date night or entertaining out-of-town guests.
Don't see it if You take yourself or theatre too seriously. The only people who won’t walk away from the show beaming and uplifted are surely grinches.
See it if you like the force-of-nature Lesli Margherita, strutting her stuff. Great singing (but few songs). Fun riff on Grinch...in rhyme. Good set.
Don't see it if you want more than silly entertainment. Or swears/drugs/alcohol/smoking/etc offend. Rhymes sh be crisper. Overuse old jokes (eg cheap seats)
See it if You’re a fan of the Grinch cartoon and have a bit of a twisted sense of humor. If you like Tim Minchin’s work you’ll probably like this.
Don't see it if You’re easily offended or your childhood memories can’t take a joke or if you have no idea who The Grinch and Cindy Lou Who are.
See it if Want to say/C Who's Holiday/Grown Cindy Lou Who/Feeling blue/Since the ole Grinch/Life not a cinch/On Xmas Eve day/A miracle comin her way?
Don't see it if You prefer more traditional Christmas shows. You don't like raunchy humor. You dislike parodies. You don't want changes to the Grinch story.