Pollyanna's 2018-2019 Season

They Mystery of the Green Teeth Ghost

The residents of Eerie Cove have a new, frightening visitor, and it does't look like it's EVER brushed its teeth! Can it be a real ghost? Or is someone playing a trick? Cindy thinks she knows something the grown-ups do not. Children in K - 2 will use basic spelling, anagrams, and simple math to help solve the mystery along with its brave, young detective.

Dog's Job

Dog has been pretty happy just being Bob’s pet. But one morning, Dog decides he needs to advance his career and find a real job. The only problem is that Dog has no idea what he might be good at doing. This new play for children ages 2 – 4 introduces them to many different careers and community helpers.

Liberty!, Equality!, and Fireworks!

Mrs. Karalot’s class of 5th grade students are not excited about spending the day at the history museum. But when they refuse to cooperate, they are surprised to find many of the museum’s exhibits coming to life to share the past with them in very real ways. Designed to introduce a new generation of young people into the important conversation about Civil Rights, Perrin’s play is a partnership with the LBJ Library’s Education Department.

Everything is Round

No matter where you look, inside or outside of the house, it seems like everything is round. Except for everything that isn’t….. This fun new play for children ages 2 – 4 challenges them to see shapes all around them, no matter where they look.

Acorn and Robin

Just about everyone starts out small and then grows larger. And most of us can’t do that alone. This new play for children ages 2 – 4 examines the all important parent and child relationship and the loving push and pull between young children and their primary caregivers.

The Texas Chili Queens

Texas history is rich and flavorful, just like the chili made popular by a collection of entrepreneurial women in San Antonio in the 19th century. Set in a modern-day elementary school, a 4th grade descendant of an original Chili Queen competes in a school-wide chili competition. Jumping between the past and present, this multi-generational historical story celebrates what everybody can bring to the table.