“How Miss Lady Bird Changed America”

Sep 24, 2019

Sept. 24-27, 2019
9:45 and 11:45 a.m. performances
LBJ Presidential Library, 10th-floor atrium
*Only open to school groups*

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Performed by the Pollyanna Theatre Company, How Miss Lady Bird Changed America will soft open at the LBJ Presidential Library on Sept. 24th through the 27th, with two performances, 9:45 and 11:45 a.m., each day. Performances are only open to school groups in the 2nd-12th grade classes. To attend, please contact the Pollyanna Theatre Company for ticket information. All performances have reached capacity. 

If your school group has received attendance confirmation from Pollyanna, we invite you to tour our exhibitions while your group is at the library. Reserve your spot

If you are a Title I school, you may be eligible for an LBJ Library bus scholarship, covering up to $250 of your transportation costs. Please contact our Education Department at [email protected] or (512) 721-0172 for more information.

About the Play
Growing up in Texas, Lady Bird Johnson, then Claudia Alta "Lady Bird" Taylor, adored the colorful nature surrounding her. With her mother's love and support, she learned all about native plants. When her mother died unexpectedly, Lady Bird found herself not knowing how to fulfill her promise to make everything more beautiful. From her personal loss grew strength and a vision to beautify the nation for everyone.

How Miss Lady Bird Changed America is a new play by Holly Hepp-Galvan, based on the popular children's book, Miss Lady Bird’s Wildflowers, by Kathi Appelt.

Location & Parking
The LBJ Library is located at 2313 Red River St. Free parking is available in lot #38, entrance directly off Red River Street and flanked by LBJ banners. More details.

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Contact Us

Sarah McCracken
Director of Public Programs
LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78705
[email protected]

Deborah Arronge
Membership Manager

LBJ Presidential Library
[email protected]

Please be aware that LBJ Presidential Library events may be filmed and/or photographed. Your attendance constitutes your authorization for the LBJ Library to use your photograph, voice, or other likeness for purposes related to the Library, including but not limited to marketing and promotion in both print and electronic forms.