Join Paprika….!
MC of the Kid’s Stage
Spicy Comedy, Juggling, Magic and More!

Paprika has performed her unique comedy throughout the world in 30 countries for 20 years for kids of all ages.  Her family friendly show of comedy juggling and unicycling has won Best Kid’s Entertainer by the Austin Chronicle and been recognized in TV, Films and in the local coffee shop.  Paprika brings zany and unpredictable physical comedy to the Kids Zone!


BlisskidsBliss Kids Yoga (12:10pm-12:40pm)

Bliss Kid Yoga is a nonprofit dedicated to providing yoga programs to all Austinites in order to promote health and wellness within the community. We will be teaching a 30 minute yoga class starting at 12:10pm for all ages and abilities. No yoga experience needed just bring a smile, a friend and get ready to play yoga! There will be music, games, movement, yoga poses, breathing exercises and more! Discover more at


Polly Mermaid makes friends with TRASH! (12:45pm-1:30pm)

Polly Mermaid invites the audience to make puppet friends from materials you can find in the garbage can!




Heartsong Music (1:40pm-2:10pm)

Heartsong Music is celebrating its 11th Anniversary of bringing Music Together® to families in Austin. Music Together is the internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through grade two and the adults who love them.


Lucas-MillerLucas Miller, the “singing zoologist” (2:15pm-3:00pm)

With a head full of science, a heart full of music and a wagon-load of truly goofy props, Lucas has earned the adoration of wiggly preschoolers, surly sixth graders and stoic principals alike. He has reached millions with his hilarious–yet scientifically accurate–songs and stories in his 22+ years presenting legendary programs for children.



Move Your Tale’s Kid’s Improv Show¬†(3:05pm-3:50pm)

Move Your Tale, ColdTowne Theater’s Youth Program, creates Improvised, interactive comedies for kids and teens. Using audience suggestions, our cast performs a 40 minute live comedy that invites audience members to join in as characters, sound effects and storytellers, or to enjoy the show from the audience. High energy, imaginative and fun!

What's the Story Steve? performs at OOB 2013Move Your Tale was founded in 2007 and has provided classes, school break camps, workshops and shows to the children of Austin and the surrounding areas since that time. Check out our weekly¬†Saturday¬†morning show, What’s the Story Steve? at¬†10 am¬†at ColdTowne Theater.

It’s time to get your dancing shoes on for Austin’s own, Staci Gray! (4:00pm-4:45pm)

Staci Gray is an Austin-based children’s performer who has mesmerized children all over Texas, in the big cities; Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, and the small; Dripping Springs, Round Rock and Blanco, and even Oklahoma and Colorado! In Austin, she performs monthly shows at some of Austin’s coolest kiddy hangouts, like the¬†The Thinkery,BookPeople,¬†Strange Brew¬†and more! Staci also performs at pre-schools and elementary schools all over Texas and Oklahoma. Her original music gets children to sing, dance and be just plain silly! Her 3rd CD, THREE, came out to rave reviews fall of 2015!

Dave Finnigan РClimate Change is Elementary  (4:50pm-5:30pm)

Seed to feast РInstantly become a cow or a horse, a farmer or a tractor, a baker or a banker and learn how a seed turned into a loaf of bread in your Grandparent’s time and today.



Chris Walden – Environmental Magic (5:35pm-6:15pm)

Laugh and learn as environmental magician, Chris Walden, demonstrates amazing ways that you can make good choices to help our planet. See how we can conserve water, reduce waste and improve the quality of our air…just like MAGIC!



Park Rangers (6:20pm-7:00pm)

In order to foster solid environmental stewardship, it is imperative to highlight the animals that surround us.¬† Most of the time, they remain unseen within our wildlands.¬† Therefore there seems to be a perception that they do not really exist other than on television.¬† This program thrusts these animals into the foreground of the children’s thought processes and encourages them to recognize wildlife conservation opportunities on the wildland/urban interface.