Children's Theatre Company presents favorite Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas
"How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is marvelous, filled with tenderness and giggles, wisdom and wit. It's colorful, musical and fun. Go, if you can! It's a Christmas present the whole family can enjoy. I attended this show with children ages 5 through 13, and they all loved. The grown-ups also thought it was a hoot. To read more of my review and see photos from the production, go to my writer's blog, Play off the Page, www.maryaalgaard.blogspot.com.
HOLLYWOOD - When Ron Howard had the first screening last month of his Jim Carrey-starring comic fantasy ''Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas,'' the director didn't invite a household name such as Ebert. He showed the movie to Harry Knowles, a tubby 28-year-old film fan who lives in the back bedroom of his father's house in Austin, Texas, where he operates Aint-It-Cool-News.com, a Web site best-known for printing ''reviews'' of unfinished Hollywood films posted by fans who've attended industry test screenings.
LOS ANGELES - "The Watcher," a thriller about a serial killer tracking an FBI agent, slew the competition at the weekend box office but wasn't enough to keep movie revenue from falling behind last year's record pace.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Charlie's Angels" flew to the top of the weekend box office, knocking "Meet the Parents" into second place after four weeks.
RADNOR, Pa. (AP) - The Grinch irritated Jim Carrey about as much as he did all the Whos in Whoville.
Television - 1. "ER," NBC.
LOS ANGELES - The Grinch stole the box office.
LOS ANGELES - Plots for tots became Hollywood's golden rule over the Thanksgiving weekend.
LOS ANGELES - With little more than Thanksgiving leftovers to pick from, moviegoers again let the Grinch steal the box office during a traditionally slow weekend for Hollywood.
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