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Our Theatre for Young Audiences program offers affordable, age-appropriate field trip opportunities exposing students to the magic of live theatre. Educators will value these shows for the classroom extension possibilities, with a broad range of interdisciplinary learning opportunities that students will love.  

The Saturday public performances of our TYA shows provide an opportunity for our patrons with younger children to see a lively and engaging show that is age-appropriate, shorter in the length, and with ticket prices so low, the whole family can come!

2024-2025 Theatre for Young Audiences Season

October 22 - November 9, 2024

Tuesdays - Fridays

10 AM and NOON

Based on the beloved classic of children’s literature, Charlotte’s Web tells the tale of an unlikely friendship between a spider and a pig. The most enchanting characters are here: Wilbur, the irresistible young pig who desperately wants to avoid the butcher; Fern, a girl who understands what animals say to each other; Templeton, the gluttonous rat who can occasionally be talked into a good deed; and, most of all, the extraordinary spider, Charlotte, who proves to be “a true friend and a good writer.” Determined to save Wilbur, Charlotte begins her campaign with the “miracle” of her web in which she writes, “Some pig.” It’s the beginning of a campaign which ultimately ends with the now-safe Wilbur doing what is most important to Charlotte. Tender and heartwarming, this play celebrates the bonds of friendship and the importance of loyalty.

RUN TIME: approximately 50 minutes

Appropriate for all ages

Recommended especially for ages 5-12

April 1 - April 19, 2025

Tuesdays - Fridays

10 AM and NOON

Based on the award-winning book Thumperino – Diary of a Superbunny, by Amber L. Spradlin, this charming musical adventure will capture the imagination of audiences of all ages. When the story begins, all of the vegetables in New York City are strangely disappearing. The police have no leads in the case so it is up to Thumperino Superbunny to solve the crime. Along the way he meets a cast of local characters like Chef Luigi, Sally Sparrow, Bragg Story, and Officer Mike and his horse named Rabbit, and finally tangles with the evil villain Dr. Nilch and his robot cockroach henchmen. But no worries, Superbunny in his yellow towel super-cape will always save the day! The Adventures of Superbunny educates on healthy eating, environmental awareness, consequences for one’s actions, self-motivation, courage, and confidence.


RUN TIME: approximately 50-55 minutes


Appropriate for all ages

Recommended especially for ages 4-10

If you are interested in booking a school field trip, please click the BOOK NOW button below.

 Tickets are $6.00 per student. 
For every 10 student tickets purchased, schools receive 1 adult ticket FREE for teachers.

*Minimum group size for field trips: 10*

Discounts are given to schools with Title I status.

Additional adult chaperone tickets are available at $9.00 each, but must be purchased with the school group reservation.
These tickets may ONLY be purchased by using the school reservation form. The box office will not sell them individually.

For questions or to make reservations please contact the Education Office at or by phone at 512-763-4532

Tickets for Saturday public performances will go on sale through the Palace Theatre Box Office for each show in the Fall & Spring.

All TYA Show performances take place at the Georgetown Palace Theatre’s Doug Smith Performance Center,
located at 206 W. 2nd St. in Georgetown (on the corner of Rock St. and 2nd St., across from El Monumento restaurant).
*Please note: this location is about 6 blocks north of the main Palace Theatre, which is located on the square in downtown Georgetown.*

Georgetown Palace
Theatre Education Department