- One ticket to Pinkalicious The Musical
- When: through August 30
- Where: Culture Project’s Lynn Redgrave Theater
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $32 for premium seating (up to a $54 value)
- $26 for regular seating (up to an $44 value)
Click here to view the seating chart (you must first select a date on the calendar). Merchandise is sold in the lobby, and there will be a meet-and-greet with the cast immediately following the show.
Vital Theatre Company’s Pinkalicious The Musical
Some girls just love pink. At least that’s the case with Pinkalicious. She loves pink so much that she surrounds herself with it and eats pink cupcakes until her skin begins changing to her beloved hue. Naturally, that lands her in the doctor’s office, where she gets diagnosed with a case of pinkititis—and the only cure is a healthy dose of green veggies. That doesn’t stop Pinkalicious from sneaking one more cupcake, though, and even she is shocked by what happens after that. Based on the popular series of children’s books, Pinkalicious The Musical weaves a delightful musical tale designed for children 2–10 years old. From colorful start to colorful end, the story teaches children a valuable lesson about balanced diets, the importance of listening to medical professionals, and the hardships of chameleons.
Having toured in the US and Canada, Pinkalicious The Musical returns to New York where the Vital Theatre Company originally commissioned it. Helming the hometown production is multi-faceted award-winning director Teresa K. Pond, who scored the Top Show honor at The New York International Fringe Festival in 2005 for her production of Half Life. Music and lyrics come from the gifted orchestrator John Gregor, recipient of the 2004 Frederick Loewe Award, and the book and lyrics come straight from the minds of Pinkalicious authors Elizabeth and Victoria Kann.
Vital Theatre Company
The artists of Vital Theatre Company have inspired imaginations in young and old since founding their troupe more than 10 years ago. Today they continue to commission new musicals for children and families, following a history that has already included more than 75 original shows for more than 300,000 kids and dogs impersonating kids. And their outstanding family-theater efforts have scored plenty of acclaim, including two “Awards for Excellence” from the Off Off Broadway Review, and the 2012 Off-Broadway Alliance Award for “Best Family Show” for their production of StinkyKids: The Musical.