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Pinkalicious The Musical



  • Music & Lyrics by JOHN GREGOR
  • Directed by TERESA K. POND
  • Based on the Book "PINKALICIOUS"


Pinkalicious can't stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor's office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe - a dream come true for this pink loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament.



Amber Dickerson (Pinkalicious) is tickled pink to be joining the cast of Pinkalicious: The Musical! Originally from Carnesville, GA, Amber holds her B.F.A in Theatre Performance from Columbus State University and her B.S. in Developmental Psychology from CUNY. Other Vital Theatre credits include Fancy Nancy Splendiferous Christmas (JoJo) and Flight School: The Musical (Owl). Favorite credits include Bat Boy (Shelley), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Sally) and The Rocky Horror Show (Janet). Many thanks to Holly, Vital Theatre Company, and the entire cast and crew!

Elora Daniels (Flamingo) is tickled pink to be joining the Vital family! She was most recently seen on stages across the country in the national tours of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Live!” and “Alexander Who’s Not… Going to Move.” Regionally, some of her favorite credits include Minnie Fay (Hello Dolly), Serena Katz (Fame! the Musical), and Maureen (RENT). Elora holds a BM in Vocal Performance from the University of New Mexico and is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Many thanks to Holly and Vital Theatre Company for this opportunity, her friends and family for their love, and YOU for coming out and supporting live theatre!

Gabriella Marzetta (Alison/Wink) is thrilled to be making her debut with Vital Theatre Company! A Chicagoland native, Gabriella graduated from The Chicago Academy for the Arts and recently graduated from CAP21 in Manhattan. Previous roles include Mrs. Potiphar (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), Dolores (Babes in Arms), Deb (Ordinary Days), Olive (Spelling Bee), and Wendla (Spring Awakening). She can also be seen in the new musical "Science Fair" as Jean, playing this summer at The Studio Theatre at Theatre Row. She would like to thank her teachers, friends, and family for getting her where she is today and everyone at Vital Theatre Company for teacher her how to "Flip, Flip, Flap"!

Sean R. Jones (Mr. Pinkerton) is so excited to be a part of the Pinkerton family after playing Mrs. DeVine/Grandpa in Vital's production of Fancy Nancy: Splendiferous Christmas! Originally from Hamilton, OH, Sean attended Wright State University, where he earned his BFA in Musical Theatre. Some of Sean's favorite credits include Ko-Ko in The Hot Mikado, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Lopakhin in The Cherry Orchard, and Leaf Coneybear in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. A big thanks to the Vital family and to all of Sean’s loved ones!

Luke Doyle (Peter) is a Brooklyn-based artist and educator originally from Providence, RI and a recent graduate of NYU, The American Theatre Wing's SpringboardNYC, and Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver's Actor Therapy. Most recently, Luke played Clark in a workshop of a one-man show, Dear Henry at The Duplex NYC. Other New York credits include: Julius Caesar, Hamlet (Shakespeare2Go), original cast of Meta: A New Play (playwright Deborah Zoe Laufer), West Side Story (Skirball Center for the Arts), The History Boys (Snapple Theatre Center), Beyond Therapy (Triskillian Arts). Film and TV: "Most Evil", "Scorned" (Investigation Discovery), various PSAs, and featured on Sleepy Man Banjo Boys' Same Same Stars music video. As well, Luke is a cabaret performer and has performed at venues such as The West End, Don’t Tell Mama, and The Duplex NYC. Luke is a proud teaching artist, instructing arts-based curriculums at multiple after-school programs such as Opening Act, Grace Church School, and 14th St Y. For more information:

Frances Hughes (Production Stage Manager) graduated from SUNY Buffalo State with a B.A. in theater. Frances has been stage managing since 2011 with recent credits including Pinkalicious (Vital Theatre Company) and Flight School (Vital Theatre Company). She also stage managed the national tours of Fancy Nancy: Splendiferous Christmas (Vital) and Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy the Musical (Bay Area Children's Theatre). Frances loves working in family theatre and hopes everyone enjoys the show!


Brittany Lacey (Pinkalicious) Brittany is thrilled to be hitting the road as Pinkalicious and Owl this fall! She was last seen as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde. Past favorite credits include: Sylvia, Kiss me Kate, Dog Loves Books, Rugrats: A Live Adventure, Cinderella, and Clifford the Big Red Dog: Live! She sends all the love and pink cupcakes to her amazing family and Evan.

Kyle Schoeplein (Peter) is thrilled to be making his debut with Vital Theatre Company! Kyle has a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory. Favorite BoCo Credits include The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Urinetown, and Fear and Misery in the Third Reich. Regional Credits include Gypsy, A Chorus Line, and Macbeth (CT Rep Theatre), and Goodspeed Opera House’s staged reading of ZM by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman. Love to Mom, Ryan, Courtney, and BoCo 2017. Many thanks to the cast, crew, and Vital Theatre Company!

Elieen Hanley (Mrs. Pinkerton) is a singer, actress and comedian originally from Portland, Maine. Some of her favorite roles are Natalie/Ed in All Shook Up, Carrie White in Carrie: The Musical, and the title role in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. You can also catch her in two upcoming episodes of True Crime on Investigation Discovery. Eileen performs with her improv team The Sister Wives whenever she is in NYC. She is thrilled to be making her touring debut with Vital Theatre Co! Thanks to Josh for his ongoing support and great cooking.

Emma Copp (Allison) is thrilled to take flight with this Pinkalicious team! Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, she received her BA in Music from Fordham University. Favorite recent projects include Spring Awakening (Wendla), Spelling Bee (Logainne), and Birdgirl, Emma's original family musical. A million thanks to her endlessly supportive friends and family!

Juan Luis De Coss (Mr. Pinkerton) Juan Luis is thrilled to be making his debut with Vital Theatre Company in Pinkalicious The Musical and Flight School The Musical! A New York City native, Juan Luis attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Favorite roles include Judas (Jesus Christ Superstar) Billy Bigelow (Carousel) Patrick Dennis (MAME) and Marius (Les Misérables). Many thanks to his family, friends and teachers for all their encouragement and everyone at Vital Theatre Company for this great adventure!

Hannah Freier (Stage Manager) is a native of Midwestern Illinois and holds a BFA from Millikin University. Loving adventure and hating the cold, after college she went west to Palm Springs, CA, where she worked as a Production Assistant and Asst. Stage Manager at the Palm Springs Follies for many warm and wonderful years. She then enjoyed life on the high seas with Norwegian Cruise Line as an Entertainment Production Manager, combining her love of travel and theatre while exploring over 30 countries. She also works as an Assistant and Stage Manager for Chapquist Entertainment in Las Vegas, NV. Hannah would like to thank her family and friends for putting up with her wanderlust as she continues to explore the world with Vital Theatre.


Elizabeth Kann & Victoria Kann (Book and Lyrics), co-authors of Pinkalicious (Harper Collins, 2006), which Victoria also illustrated, are sisters who grew up in Brooklyn. Victoria’s award-winning artwork has graced the covers and pages of magazines, newspapers and books. A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, she teaches at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Elizabeth’s writing has appeared in a variety of newspaper and print publications. She is also a doctor with degrees from Vassar, Columbia and Albany Medical College. Visit

John Gregor (Music, Lyrics, Orchestrations) wrote the book, music and lyrics for With Glee, which premiered off-Broadway at the Kirk Theater. John's adaptation of Gogol's The Overcoat has been presented in London at the Bridewell Theatre, Barrington Stage Company and The NY International Fringe Festival. Vital Theatre credits include The Changeling and The Bully. Graduate of the NYU Musical Theater Writing Program.

Teresa K. Pond (Director and Producer). New York: Off-Broadway production of Pinkalicious; premiere productions and readings with The Women's Project Theatre (Off Broadway), Vital Theatre, Loft Theatre and others. Her award-winning premiere production of Half Life was hailed as the top show of The New York International Fringe Festival (New York Magazine). Regional work: The Barber of Seville (Bleecker Street Opera); Suor Angelica, Pagliacci (Anchorage Opera); Amahl and the Night Visitors; The Clean House and Nickel and Dimed at Western Stage (CA); Tartuffe, Macbeth (LA Times review); The Foreigner, Perfect Wedding at Millbrook Theatre (PA); Sylvia and Shakespeare in Hollywood at Cyrano's Theatre (AK); plus Of Mice and Men and The Day Maggie Blew Off Her Head, among others. Teresa has directed at NYU and Stella Adler Conservatory, and she is the former artistic leader of A.C.T. in Anchorage. Teresa is a member of The Lincoln Center Directors' Lab and The Women's Project Directors Forum, and is a co-leader of the NYC playwright-director company NewShoe. Teresa directed the Toronto production of Pinkalicious and recently directed Richard III in Central Park (NY Classical Theatre). A proud member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC).


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