The Girl who turned pink - 'My dream has come true'
The Laurens County Community Theatre presents the whimsical musical “Pinkalicious” based on the popular book by Victoria and Elizabeth Mann, continuing tonight.
This morning, Elissa Hucks portrayed Pinkalicious for the second show for District 56 and 55, and Thornwell 4K school kids at the Gillam Center. Malorie Tumblin was Pinkalicious for the first show, both shows were full houses and the audiences were very enthusiastic with their applause and participation.
This stage version tells the story of a girl who cannot stop eating pink cupcakes and lands in the doctor's office with an affliction that has turned her pink from head to toe. This new youth musical is all about learning the power of self-control and the importance of moderation.
The show continues March 17, 18 and 19 with 7:30 p.m. curtains at The Gillam Center for the Performing Arts in Clinton.
This show features cupcakes and green food, bees, birds and butterflies. Music by Jon Gregor, lyrics by Jon Gregor, Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann. LCCT production co-directed by Amy Link & Ami Vaughn, pianist - Nathan Vondergeest.
For additional information, call 833-5228. The next LCCT production will be “Welcome Back to Ivy Gap,” April 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23, also at the Gillam Center, Thornwell Home for Children campus in Clinton. Bob Link is president of the LCCT Board of Directors.