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Summer Family Trip: How About Seeing "Pinkalicious the Musical" at Stockton University

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STAFFORD, NJ - Are you looking for a special trip for the kids this week?  The weather has been gloomy and perhaps a visit to Stockon Performing Arts Center in Galloway would be of interest.  

“Pinkalicious The Musical” is playing this Wednesday, Aug. 3.  Showtime is at 10:30 AM.  This is presented by the Stockton Playhouse summer children's theatre series.  These productions are put on by the Stockton Performing Arts Center, in conjunction with The Greater Ocean City Theatre Company,.
 
Show time is 10:30 a.m. and the production on Wednesday morning takes place in the Campus Theatre, located in the Campus Center on the main Galloway campus, 101 Vera King Farris Drive.

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Pinkalicious The Musical is all about Pinkalicious who loves pink and wants everything in her life to be pink. Her dream is to radiate pink. After over-indulging in pink cupcakes, she wakes up pink. She is thrilled to be pink and have her dream come true.  
 
Her parents take her to the doctor, and she is diagnosed with pinkititis. On the way home, Pinkalicious plays at the playground but is attacked by birds and bees when she is mistaken for a pink flower. Her best friend doesn't even recognize her as she is camouflaged in the garden.
 
At home, she eats another cupcake, and the next morning she wakes up red and develops pink eye pinkititis whereby she can only see the color pink. Now she must do something to fix her predicament.
 
She bravely follows the doctor's order to eat green food. Due to her new resolve, Pinkalicious is transformed back to normal. Pinkalicious has learned self-control and to be careful for what you wish for. Her brother, on the other hand, has eaten the last cupcake, turns pink, and shouts with glee: Pink-A-Boo!

Tickets are $12 and may be ordered online at stockton.edu/pac or by calling the Box Office at (609) 652-9000.  The Box Office is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 90 minutes before the performance.  For group sales, call (609) 652-4786.

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