Young Audiences of Houston presents The Story Of The Lone Star State in a morning performance at Miller Outdoor Theatre. Beginning with the native peoples of the Gulf Coast through the adventures of NASA's astronauts, 600 years of Texas tales are told in an hour. Audiences will learn about the folklore of the Karankawa and Caddo tribes, Spanish exploration, Hispanic heritage, and the many cultures and peoples that have shaped Texas. Four actors play more than 50 different roles, bringing to life such colorful characters as Cabeza De Vaca, Santa Anna, and Sam Houston's trusted friend Deaf Smith. Masks are strongly encouraged for all attendees, especially if you are unvaccinated. Admission Free. This is a non-ticketed event and seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Learn more.
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