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.
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.
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.