Brave Little Company is theater for everyone. Since 2013, they’ve been creating original plays about, with, and for kids and their grown-ups. They create theater the way kids play. When children engage in unstructured, imaginative exploration, their creativity is at full power, and they are at the center of the story. BLC’s plays may include found object puppetry, sensory storytelling, and a meaningful role for the audience in making the story happen. Committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion as limitless as Texas, they bring bilingual performances and workshops to schools, libraries, and community venues. Their current productions include the bilingual play First Day, Nueva Escuela, about a girl who overcomes her fear of reading by writing herself into stories; and Wooden O, a sensory Shakespeare adventure for ages 3-5. BLC offers theater workshops for everyone, including creative collaborations with students with learning differences. BLC also facilitates THE BIG ‘US’ PROJECT, a community-driven theatre piece led by 100 members of Texas’s refugee communities, now in its second year. They’re proud to tour Texas-wide through Young Audiences of Houston. Bookings include extension activities for teachers to implement in their classrooms. Visit for upcoming productions. Photo by Alan Nguyen.

Additional information



Contact name

Martha Diaz

Contact address

675 Bering Dr. Suite 300 Houston TX 77057

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Public performance

$195 – $500

School performance

$195 – $500

Workshop fees

$120 – $250

Travel per diem lodging

$50 – $200




Special audiences

Festivals, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools

School audiences

Elementary, Pre-K

Venue size

Medium, Smaller

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