Little ones will enjoy this show which teaches that everything
can be achieved through hard work, good spirits, and a positive attitude.
In a place not too far away, and well-known by everyone, there’s
a little house where a pretty girl lives; pretty, but also moody. Her name is
Pintatoda. One day, when she wakes up in a bad mood, it’s hard to be around
her. She hates the flowers, she hates the animals, she hates her friends – she
hates everything … She’s mean to everyone, and even mistreats Cólera, her
favorite wooden horse.
Her best friend, Amiga, runs in, bothered by all the noise
Pintatoda is making. Amiga tries to tell Pintatoda that being angry won’t help
her, but Pintatoda is too moody to talk with. After Pintatoda storms off, Amiga
decides that she’ll never understand Pintatoda, and that maybe the audience can
help cure Pintatoda’s bad mood. Then, she remembers that a friend of hers,
Melusino, who is a great magician, may have a good answer, and goes to find
Melusino invents special games and his magic succeeds in
creating an invisible box. Once Pintatoda shows interest in this, they make the
box visible, and out of it come some very special guests who will only play
with Pintatoda if she’s in a good mood.
Finally, after a lot of games, and some learning, Pintatoda
finds out that only through kindness, patience and good deeds can she get what
she wants. And sometimes, what she really wants isn’t even what she thought she
wanted in the first place!
Pintatoda learns that everything deserves respect, no matter how
little or unimportant it seems. She learns that there’s a reason to obey older
people. She also learns that sharing can be fun, that feeling thankful can be a
good thing, and that love only comes from loving.