Pollyanna Theatre Company

To commission and produce original theatre for young audiences that speaks to the needs, dreams, and imaginations of young people and the child that lives inside each of us.

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2010 -2011 Season

GREEKS ALIVE

by Pollyanna Theatre Company Members

A new play for young audiences featuring a collection of myths including the story of King Midas and the Story of Psyche.  Wonderful for elementary school students who are studying mythology. 

 

Presented at The Long Center’s Rollins Studio Theatre.

SYMPHONY OF CLOUDS

by Margaret Larlham 

January & February 2011

This production, co-produced by Ballet Austin, SYMPHONY OF CLOUDS tells the story of the childhood of Mozart through his music. The production features our company of actors working with dancers and choreographer from Ballet Austin.

 

This show toured campuses in late January 2011. In-house performances were presented at Ballet Austin’s Austin Ventures Studio Theatre in early February 2011. Multi-arts teaching materials for both educators and parents, which feature activities in drama, language arts, visual arts, social studies, and movement have been archived. These and video segments of the production are available through Ballet Austin.

HERE COMES GOSLING

by Sandra Fenichel Asher

May 19-23, 2011

Audiences who enjoyed Pollyanna’s production of TOO MANY FROGS will love Sandra Fenichel Asher’s newest play, based upon her popular picture book, HERE COMES GOSLING. Perfect for pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade audiences.

 

Presented at The Long Center’s Rollins Studio Theatre

DUCKS VS. SQUIRRELS: THE BATTLE FOR THE PARK

by Andrew Perry

July 14-17, 2011

The Ducks do not understand the Squirrels and the Squirrels are terrified of the Ducks….. This new play examines why neighbors often can not get along when the problem is only found in their minds.

Presented at The Long Center’s Rollins Studio Theatre

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