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He's Mean, He's Green, and He's STEALING CHRISTMAS!

'Tis the season to be merry, and the Sigmon Theatrical team is taking that festive spirit into libraries across the Southeast with our interactive tour of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Bringing their beloved rendition of this classic tale to life, the theatrical company has embarked on a magical journey that not only captivates audiences, but has become a holiday tradition for many far and wide.





“We’ve been coming since 2019,” said Chrystal W. who brought her family of four to a performance in Asheboro, NC. “It’s something we do together every year, and just love it!”


One highlight of the tour each year is the week-long residency in Randolph County, where the magic of Seuss unfolds before record crowds. “One of the best parts is seeing the same families year after year, “ says Caleb Sigmon, Creative Director with Sigmon Theatrical. “The show has so much heart, and our special adaptation is extremely interactive. Seeing the faces light up in the crowd makes it all worth it.”


Sigmon Theatrical specialized in immersive and interactive performances. Every member of the audience becomes an integral part of the Grinch's journey of redemption. Children and adults alike find themselves swept up in the magic of the story.


Beyond the enchanting performances, Sigmon Theatrical also engages with the local communities they visit. Exclusive meet-and-greet experiences with characters from the show, and special appearances at community events deepen the connection between the theatrical company and their audience. It isn’t just a show; it’s a community celebration.


Sigmon Theatrical's interactive tour of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas leaves a trail of joy and laughter in its wake. As the curtains closes on each performance, audiences are left with the warmth of holiday cheer and the timeless message that, just like the Grinch, hearts can grow three sizes with the magic of community, love, and the spirit of Christmas!

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