Award-winning company continues commitment to
risk-taking fare that resonates with both kids and adults
Young Esme arrives to stay with her grandparents at the end of summer, just like she does every year. But this time, something’s different: Grandma’s not there.
This magical play, full of moments of remembered childhood, celebrates the special bond shared by grandparents and grandchildren. The play was the first recipient of Art Council England’s Award for Playwriting for Children & Young People (Rated G – ages 6+)
For Booking Information:
Holden & Arts Associates
Booking and Management Services for the Performing Arts
512-477-1859 – SK@HoldenArts.org
P.O. Box 50120 Austin, TX 78763
Saturday Explorer Series
May 10 (@ 1 p.m.)
Saturday Explorer Series presents The Get Down Boys —The Get Down Boys (Matt Bruer–banjo, Etienne Cremieux–fiddle, Andy Keathley–guitar and Evan Winsor–bass) are a Los Angeles based string band performing high energy traditional and original bluegrass music, along with modern favorites infused with the sounds of Americana. Known for their carefully crafted songs, floor-shaking rhythms, and unmistakable harmonies, The GDBs bring an irresistible and infectious passion to their spin on American roots music. (Appropriate for all ages)
May 17 (@ 1 p.m.)
Saturday Explorer Series presents Los Pinguos — Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Los Pinguos combines Latin rhythms, performed with Spanish guitars, bass and harmonizing vocals. (Appropriate for all ages)
Tickets to 24th STreet Theater productions are always affordable, including 24 cent admission for residents of the theater’s surrounding University Park community. For everyone else, tickets to Pato, Muerte y Tulipán; Lágrimas de Agua Dulce; and Hansel & Gretel Bluegrass are $10-$15; the Explorer Series is $5; Teatro del Pueblo is 24 cents for all; and Dia de los Muertos is free.
For more information about 24th STreet Theatre’s 2013-14 season, call (213) 745-6516