Tag: children’s theatre

If Wishes Were Fishes | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Pollyanna Theatre Company Teaches Us To Be Wary of Talking Fish (And Other Important Lessons)

If wishes were fishes, then… who knows??? Pollyanna Theatre Company’s summer show IF WISHES WERE FISHES will tell us! With playful characters and lots of imagination, we learned from Pollyanna exactly what our young friends will glean from “Transformational Play” and some good storytelling. You can catch their latest production June 23 – July 1 in our Rollins Studio Theatre. Read More ›

Secret of the Soap and Spin | Pollyanna Theatre Company | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Pollyanna Theatre’s ‘Secret of the Soap & Spin’ Unpacks Tough Subjects for Austin’s Kids

As we all know, tough subjects are tough, but they’re even tougher for the youngest among us. That’s why Pollyanna Theatre Company’s latest production, The Secret of the Soap & Spin, is so out of the ordinary. Opening May 12 and for children in grades 2 – 5, friends who enjoyed playwright Jonathan Graham’s The Thing in Grandma’s Closet from Pollyanna’s last season may find similar comfort in this upcoming play. Read More ›

Pollyanna Theatre Company | Playing Possum: A Trickster Tale from Mexico | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Pollyanna Theatre Company: Playing Possum — “A Colorful Corner of Folklore Imagination”

In just a few weeks, Pollyanna Theatre Company opens Playing Possum: A Trickster Tale from Mexico May 12 – May 21. But what’s a trickster tale, and what does this have to do with possums? Read on to see what Pollyanna’s latest production is all about! Read More ›

Trouble on the Double | Pollyanna Theatre Company | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Trouble on the Double Shakes Things Up for Pollyanna Theatre Company

Pollyanna Theatre Company is a Resident Company of the Long Center and will complete it’s sixteenth season this summer. Trouble on the Double opens July 8 and runs through July 17. Read More ›