Pinkalicious is your average little girl. She loves all things girly, glittery…and pink. The problem is, she can’t stop eating pink cupcakes! Her parents warn her, but despite their best efforts, Pinkalicious eats more cupcakes, and something crazy happens. Pinkalicious turns PINK!
When her hysterical parents take her to the doctor, she is diagnosed with the rarest of diseases: Pinkatitis. It turns her pink from her hair to her toes, which might not work for some girls, but Pinkalicious LOVES it! But things start to go wrong when Pinkalicious turns too pink, and she must decide what matters most.
We loved Pinkalicious: The Musical. It is meant for younger kids, especially girls up to about age 10. It has a very prompt one hour run time, which was just the perfect length. Beyond the themes of learning self-control and valuing her family, there’s also a subcurrent theme dealing with Pinkalicious’ oft-forgotten younger brother. And the surprise ending involving Pinkalicious’ dad was, frankly, delicious. The set was cute, and the songs were fun and catchy. Pinkalicious: The Musical is a great show to catch with your little girl and then head out afterwards to NYC landmark Magnolia Bakery for, what else, pink cupcakes.
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