NEW YORK (AP) _ The Grinch is getting some cheers from
theatergoers at the start of this holiday season.
A Broadway crowd erupted today when the Dr. Seuss character hit
the stage. The 6-million-dollar musical production of ``Dr. Seuss'
How the Grinch Stole Christmas!'' is reopening two weeks after
closing down because of a stagehand strike.
The walkout shut down more than two dozen plays and musicals in
New York. But a judge ordered the production to reopen this week
for its limited holiday run.
She cited the possibility of irreparable harm to the show's
production company if it remained closed, and told the courtroom
that "one Grinch in town is enough.''
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