Show time: Two family-friendly shows for summer

It’s the dog days of summer, perfect for heading inside for some live — and very Austin original — theater.

At the indie Coldtowne Theater, Saturday mornings find “What’s the story, Steve?” a participatory improv comedy show staring Steve, a white poodle. Kids can participate, or not, and everyone can join in on the big dance party at the end of the show.

Ongoing at 10 a.m. Saturday. Read “Delightful improv for kids and dogs alike in ‘Whats the story Steve?'”

Photo by Jon Bolden

Steve, the dog, is the star of “What’s the story, Steve?” Photo by Jon Bolden

 

From the creative mind of Biscuit Brothers’ co-founder Allen Robertson comes “The Steadfast Tin Soldier,” a new musical for young audiences based on the Hans Christian Anderson tale.

It plays at the Long Center’s Rollins Studio Theater through Aug. 4. Read Summer Stock Austin’s “The Steadfast Tin Soldier” is a musical for all

"The Steadfast Tin Soldier"

 


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