Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! (musical) - Musical Numbers

Musical Numbers

  • "Who Likes Christmas?" - Citizens of Whoville
  • "This Time of Year" - Old Max and Young Max
  • "I Hate Christmas Eve" - The Grinch, Young Max and the Whos
  • "Whatchama Who" - The Grinch and the Little Whos
  • "Welcome, Christmas*" - Citizens of Whoville
  • "I Hate Christmas Eve (Reprise)" - The Grinch
  • "It's the Thought That Counts" - The Citizens of Whoville
  • "One of a Kind" - The Grinch
  • "Now's the Time" - Papa Who, Mama Who, Grandma Who, Grandpa Who
  • "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch*" - Old Max, Young Max and the Grinch
  • "Santa for a Day" - Cindy Lou Who and the Grinch
  • "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch (Reprise)*" - Old Max
  • "Who Likes Christmas? (Reprise)" - Citizens of Whoville
  • "One of a Kind (Reprise)" - Young Max, The Grinch and Cindy Lou Who
  • "This Time of Year (Reprise)" - Old Max
  • "Welcome, Christmas (Reprise)*" - Citizens of Whoville
  • "Santa For a Day (Reprise)" - Company
  • "Who Likes Christmas? (Reprise)" - Company

(*=Music by Albert Hague, lyrics by Dr. Seuss)

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