After a bitter divorce which dragged her kids through rough times, single mom Sarah wants to do something spectacular for her daughter's tenth birthday - a gesture that will prove they've turned the corner and are looking at a bright future. To do this, Sarah asks Garo to transform her into a hummingbird, which is both her daughter's favorite animal and a symbol of a better life just beginning to take flight. Trevor is an Asian-American who is questioning why he spent his childhood rejecting his Chinese heritage. He desires an outfit for a Chinese New Year's party, an event where he can finally embrace his culture by wearing it on his sleeve. Even with this new found interest in his roots, Garo struggles to push him past all his hang-ups. Outlandish acrobats, Trixie Little and The Evil Hate Monkey, need costumes for their first Off-Broadway show. Relying on his studio's gadget guru, Gerrold, Garo must create elaborate wearable costumes which require a lot of moving parts and technical...