Why See Pinkalicious?
Pinkalicious On Tour
Adapted form the beloved series of children's book by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann, Pinkalicious tells the story of Pinkalicious Pinkerton, a young girl with a penchant for pink cupcakes. Her parents warn her about the dangers of eating too many sweets, but her hunger can't be stopped. One morning she wakes up with pink hair, pink skin and pink clothes - yes, she's come down with pinkititis! It's up to her family to teach her moderation, and get her back to her normal color.
This family friendly musical, which teaches the value of family and healthy living, went down a storm Off-Broadway and is quickly becoming a local theatre favorite. And dressing up in pink is highly encouraged! The tour plays Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, PA, March 29 - April 13, 2019
Opening night: 29 March 2019
Best suited for cupcake lovers aged three years old and up.
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Sat, Mar 30
Sun, Mar 31
Mon, Apr 1
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Wed, Apr 3
Thu, Apr 4
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