Pollyanna returns to The LBJ Library Auditorium in February with our acclaimed production of this powerful production that takes a new generation of theatre goers into the world of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. The play follows the fieldtrip adventures of a group of students who are visiting a history museum but are surprised by what happens when people from the exhibits come to life and tell them their personal stories. Presented in partnership with the LBJ Library’s Education Department, schools are invited to also visit the museum when they attend the play. This play is by Gregory Perrin. Intended for students in grades 3 – 7.
Our performance on February, 18th 2017 is free and open to the public.