Reminder for Presenters:

Funding is available to presenting venues to subsidize the touring fees.–
Email Anina Moore at Texas Commission on the Arts.

TCA Grant Deadlines are QUARTERLY for Presenter Support. 

Visit their website at the link above for full details. 

Performance Details

Performance Times arranged with each venue to fit the needs of your organization and community.  We typically can perform our mainstage productions twice in one day.  We can perform our PLAY AND PLAY productions for very young children up to four times in one day.

Performance length of our mainstage productions is 55 minutes including a brief curtain talk before the performance. Actual performance length is approx.. 50 minutes.

Our fees for touring our mainstage production varies based upon the size of your presentation venue and your community.  Pollyanna will customize a quote for your organization upon request.  As an indicator of the average range of fees, for professional theatre venues of 500 seats or more:

  • $1,400.00 for a single performance
  • $2,200.00 for two performances on the same day

Travel fees are not included in the performance price and are determined based on the location of the venue.

Do you need help paying for our visit?

Visit the Texas Commission of the Arts for resources to help you bring Pollyanna Theatre Company to you!  Anina Moore at the TCA will be happy to help you and can provide further information about their ongoing quarterly funding application deadlines.

For our PLAY AND PLAY productions of theatre for the very young (children ages 2 – 4), please call for a quote based upon your school or community’s needs.

What people have said about past productions:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
“The students absolutely loved your presentation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. For the 7th and 8th graders, this was their first encounter with Shakespeare and your study notes made the experience even more enjoyable. Your acting company is incredible…Thanks to their gesturing, intonation, and friendly engagement with the audience, our students can’t wait to start reading the entire play this spring. [The students] surprised themselves being able to understand the Elizabethan dialect which, of course, was made posible through the incredible performances of your acting crew.”
Jan Merhar
Austin ISD