The Grinch schemes for one more Christmas at the Grand Ole Opry House

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville is known for hosting some of the biggest names in the music business -- and now, one of the biggest names of the holiday season will be stealing Christmas on stage one last time: The Grinch.

"We're pleased to welcome back Dr. Seuss's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas the Musical" to the Grand Ole Opry House for its final year," said Jenny Barker, Public Relations Director for Gaylord Opryland Resort. "The Grinch is back meaner and greener with bigger sets this year and this is truly a heartwarming story for the whole family."

Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas

This year's production of the musical features several returning cast members, including Samantha Bray, who in the role of Cindy Lou Who takes on the challenge of transforming a very grumpy Grinch.

"Grinch hates a lot of things," said Bray. "Whos, Christmas, dogs, Christmas, I said Christmas twice, oops."

He may start by doubly hating Christmas, but audiences will find their hearts growing along with him in this classic, musical Christmas tale.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical plays now through Christmas Day.