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Dallas Children’s Theater Presents Pinkalicious The Musical

Taking beloved children’s books and turning them into theatrical productions that sparkle with life and laughter is a specialty of the Dallas Children’s Theater. The latest in a long line of family friendly successes is the upcoming “Pinkalicious the Musical”. The loved books by Victoria Kann and Elizabeth Kann are a personal favorite of my daughter’s and her little posse of pink loving friends.

Pinkalicious by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann

The Original Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann and Elizabeth Kann (Photo Credit:HarperCollins)

“Pinkalicious” is the story of a little girl that loves pink more than anything else.  Her world is often joined by friends and the fanciful creatures that little girls love. Each story in the Pinkalicious collection has a message of honoring the inner you, being a great friend while still being true to yourself and loving your community in a positive, meaningful way. Messages that, as a mom, I am happy to share with my daughter. And now the beloved stories are being brought live to the stage.

In what is sure to be a hot ticket, “Pinkalicious, the Musical” will share the tale of just what happens when Pinkalicious “gets in over her head” and finds that bravery is a gift that can help you find out just what you are made of.

Scene from Dallas Children's Theater Pinkalicious

Scene from Dallas Children’s Theater Pinkalicious (Photo Credit: Dallas Children’s Theater)

WHEN: September 21, 2012 through October 21, 2012 at 7:30 p.m.

 WHEREDallas Children’s Theater
Baker Theater
5938 Skillman
Dallas, Texas 75231

TICKETS: $16-$27, available here

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