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Event Details

All Aboard

Ongoing Event

Repeats every week every Monday and every Thursday and every Friday and every Saturday until Sat Jul 21 2018 . Thursday

9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Long Center for the Performing Arts
701 W. Riverside Dr.
Art/Culture, Children
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Central Texas’ most well-known children’s theatre company, Pollyanna Theatre, a resident company of the Long Center for the Performing Arts, is remounting Bethany Lynn Corey’s All Aboard – An Interactive Theatre Experience for Very Young Children. Back by popular demand, the B. Iden Payne nominated production runs July 12 - 21 at the AT&T Conference Room in the Long Center for the Performing Arts, 701 W. Riverside Dr., Austin, TX 78704.

Written and designed specifically for preschool audiences, All Aboard brings the world of transportation to life through colorful characters, sound, music and motion. Everyone seems to be zooming around on wheels! But when Davi Boy meets Flash, The Traveler, she has a very hard time figuring out how to help Flash get home before a very important delivery. It is going to take a lot of imagination, trial and error, and help from the 18 month – 4-year old children in the audience to transport Flash to his destination.

“So many of our youngest audience members are a part of a growing family,” says director Judy Matetzschk-Campbell, “Many are welcoming a sibling into their environment and existing family dynamic. While they are still learning all about how the world works, a new baby is coming that will change the world they know. It is an exciting time and our play attempts to capture some of that excitement and anticipation.”