On Saturday, you can see what happens when a pink thing goes too far at Walnut Street Theatre's stage production of


, which runs through April 27.

Despite her parents' warnings, Pinkalicious Pinkerton just can't stop eating pink cupcakes. Now she's come down with a case of pinkititis and is turning pink from head to toe - then pinker, and even pinker. The cure? Could it be green and leafy? The play is based on the popular children's book by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann.

"Pinkalicious," 11 a.m. Saturday at Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. Tickets: $10-$16. Repeat performance April 26. Information: 215-574-3550 or www.walnutstreettheatre.org.

Learn to hip-hop your heart out

A family-friendly Friday-evening hip-hop workshop teaches basic techniques and choreography to all comers, no matter the experience level.

The workshop instructor is Joseph "Liquidelphia" Ingram, a performer and choreographer who enjoys teaching aspiring hip-hoppers young and old. If you can move, "Liquidelphia" can teach you to dance.

Hip-hop workshop. 7-8 p.m. Friday; also April 25 and May 9, 23, and 30. $10. Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine St. Studio B. Information: www.liquidelphia.com or

Interactive music in Wilmington

On Saturday morning, World Cafe Live at the Queen invites families in for Mil's Trills, a children's music project that offers original, highly interactive songs that dip into the genres of urban funk, blues, honky-tonk, and calypso.

Mil's Trills recently released their debut album, Everyone Together Now!, which celebrates family, friends, and being a part of the community. Music from their new album is also featured on Michelle Obama's recent release, Songs for a Healthier America.

Mil's Trills. 11:30 a.m. Saturday at World Cafe Live at the Queen, 500 N. Market St. Wilmington. Tickets: $10. 302-994-1400 or queen.worldcafelive.com

Contact Monica Peters at mpeters@phillynews.com