PHOTOS, VIDEO: Watch the Grinchmas Who-liday Spectacular at Universal Orlando Resort With ASL Interpreter

The Grinchmas Who-liday Spectacular returned to Universal Orlando Resort this year and we decided to check out a performance of the show with an American sign language (ASL) interpreter.


The showtime with an ASL interpreter is marked on the sign outside the Grinchmas entrance. The showtimes vary daily and are typically only available one to two times per day, so be sure to check the schedule when planning your day.


There is reserved seating inside the theater for viewing the ASL interpreter, marked by signs hanging over the seats.


The interpreter is in a blue shirt and black pants to one side of the stage.

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The interpreter signs for all of the characters in the show.


One of the Who performers is deaf and signs while singing. You may also meet her walking around Seuss Landing.


Watch a full performance with an ASL interpreter below.

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  1. Was an awesome experience and the gloss of the songs are fantastic. Picked up new signs for Grinch!

    Interpreted Daily – much better experience than Disney. I don’t have to schedule two weeks in advance or only go to one park a day and make sure that I get the updated interpreter schedule print out from Guest services for the day and pray that my dining reservations don’t collide.

    1. I agree! I find Universal’s interpreter schedule to be far better than Disney’s. The ones at Disney I’ve found to be more animated in their signing though, which I do enjoy.

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