Pink Purim

A brand-new Purim romp, all decked out in pink.

Une poupée Barbie habillée en robe rose et portant une couronne.

« Barbesther in Shushanland », inspired by the Book of Esther, retells the story of the Jewish queen of Persia as if she were in Barbieland. In a world of Toxic Kens and wholesome Mordechallans, how will Barbesther save her people and herself from the evil Haman? With lyrical parodies of songs from Greta Gerwig’s movie, enjoy your best day every day with a good-enough-to-drink Pink Purim.

Script available for free (while donations are encouraged). Chag Sameach!

Free Purim Spiels

A Purim spiel or Purim play is usually a comic dramatization of the Book of Esther, the central text and narrative that describes what transpired on Purim and why it is celebrated as an important Jewish holiday. Jews have long gathered on Purim to tell the story of the Book of Esther in performance. Recently, it has been more and more common to tell the story by parodying well-known music.

In 2024, Purim celebrations begin at sundown on March 23 and end at nightfall on March 24.

Click here for free access to Purim spiel scripts in English, which you may use in your community. Then loop back to tell us how it went!