TeenTix Blog - 2008
By TeenTix | December 23, 2008 | 3:42 pmFutureWave Shorts Submissions are Open for SIFF 2009
Don't miss this chance to be considered to screen your youth-made film the Seattle International Film Festival this June!
Submissions are now being accepted for the FutureWave Shorts program featuring the work of youth (aged 18 and under) from around the world.
If you have completed a film since January 2008, download the application form and send it in now. The application fee...Read more →
By TeenTix | December 19, 2008 | 12:43 pm
By TeenTix | December 12, 2008 | 1:09 pmThe Dutchess and the Duke at Vera!
Friday December 12 7:30 PM
Girls Rock! Seattle Launch Party!
The Dutchess and the Duke
Panda & Angel
Another Perfect Crime
DJ Shani Thunders
$11 ($10 w. club card)Buy advance tickets at TICKETWEB
Vera is extremely excited to welcome Girls Rock Seattle as they host their launch party with Hardly Art risers The Dutchess and the Duke. Their brand of earthy folk and indie This should be a fun night...Read more →
By TeenTix | December 11, 2008 | 12:42 pmGreat Speeches from a Dying World @ The Northwest Film Forum
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Finding that homeless people seem to be invisible to the rest of society, director Linas Phillips (Walking To Werner) set out to familiarize himself with 12 people who were living on the streets of Seattle. As he developed friendships and discovered each person's particular struggles, he asked the subjects to read a famous speech from history that they felt...
By TeenTix | December 10, 2008 | 12:04 pm
By TeenTix | December 8, 2008 | 3:02 pm
Written in 1936 by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, the play follows the Sycamore family and their...
By TeenTix | December 5, 2008 | 12:47 pm
It’s a story of a group of slightly bumbling miners who try their hand at raising a child and then dealing with his long lost family when they arrive on their doorstep ten years later. The play is inspired by stories by Bret...
By TeenTix | December 3, 2008 | 12:59 pm
performed by The Driftwood Players
by Rachel N.
Almost everyone has seen or at least heard of the classic movie “Fiddler on the Roof,” but it’s not every day you get to see it performed live. Through December 21st, however, anyone can have the pleasure of seeing this amazing musical performed by the Driftwood Players at Wade James Theatre (voted #2 Best Theatre Group in Western Washington of...
By TeenTix | December 1, 2008 | 1:43 pmA review of The Nutcracker
at Pacific Northwest Ballet
by Jonathan H.
I will admit, I am not a huge fan of ballet or dance performances, but The Nutcracker has always been an exception. Having seen this several times in my life, I came in sort of knowing what to expect. I knew I would see dazzling costumes and sets, lots of snow, beautiful dancing, and wonderful music. And to be frank, this is exactly what I got. But there was...Read more →
By TeenTix | November 28, 2008 | 12:19 pmPacific Northwest ballet is about to roll out its annual production of Nutcracker.
By TeenTix | November 26, 2008 | 3:28 pm
By Abbie B
What started out as a promising story of an endearing crew of red-nosed pirates and their encounter with a blue-nosed girl quickly became a rather mediocre performance. The biggest problems were the lack of a structured plot and clever humor. Although the majority of the audience members were still learning their ABC’s, even they got tired of the repeated physical...
By TeenTix | November 24, 2008 | 12:35 pm
by Jonathan H. Age 15
I have to say, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this show. I have very much enjoyed many shows at the Seattle Children’s Theatre before, but to have a show as well known as “The Wizard of Oz” play itself out on their stage only makes me want to compare it to the well known movie. I know from past experiences that SCT has been known to adapt...
By TeenTix | November 21, 2008 | 4:19 pmTeen Tix Seeks New Members for its Teen Steering Committee
Are you a regular use Teen Tix member? Do you have strong thoughts and opinions?
Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Want to rule the world?
If so, then we want YOU!
Teen Tix is recruiting new members for its Teen Steering Committee. The committee meets once a month to discuss all issues Teen Tix. Help us shape the future of the program, find ways to improve...Read more →
By TeenTix | November 12, 2008 | 3:47 pmKTUB, Kirkland Teen Union Building, is sponsoring an Artist-In-Residence Program. The internship is a six month program that provides aspiring artists (ages 13 - 20) the opportunity to build a body of work, develop as individual artists, and make connections with artists in the community. Any youth who think they would benefit from this awesome opportunity are encoiuraged to apply!
They can contact Mercedes at [email protected]...Read more →
By TeenTix | November 11, 2008 | 12:59 pm
M-Pulse, one of New Works’ world premiers, featured a tribal, percussion-heavy score by Christina Spinei and choreography by Kiyon Gaines. Gaines received his ballet education at the School of American Ballet. At...
By TeenTix | November 7, 2008 | 10:59 am
By TeenTix | November 3, 2008 | 3:13 pmHey Teens. . . .
Do you have a special arts event coming up at your school, community group, or elsewhere?
Want to let other teens know about it?
If so, consider posting to the Teen Tix blog!
You can enter information on your upcoming event, and have it seen by hundreds of avid readers and arts patrons.
Announce your school play.
Talk up your band's latest gig.
Highlight a local art exhibition.
Publish your latest short story.
The list...Read more →
By TeenTix | October 29, 2008 | 2:34 pmDon't miss out!
Only 2 weeks left!
The Three Musketeers
Seattle Repertory Theatre
NOW through Nov. 9th
Pictured: Montana von Fliss as Sabine and Ryan Shams as Aramis
I’m sitting in my dressing room at the Seattle Rep after a student matinee performance that had, in my opinion, our best audience ever! Let me back up and tell you that I’m Montana von Fliss and I work for Teen Tix, but I’m also a professional...Read more →
By TeenTix | October 28, 2008 | 10:38 pmJasmin
We will be getting a group for Saturday morning runs from RRS if you are still interested.
I'll get your e-mail from Dana if I don't get a response from this.
Hope Acrobatics (Circus classes!) is off to a good start.
Also, think about Wed. interval workouts at Nathan Hale. They will keep you in shape!
By TeenTix | October 27, 2008 | 10:53 pmHey! I book free monthly shows at The Vera Project called Veracity. They are on the second Wednesday of every month! If you know a band that will play for free, just emerging, or just want to have a fun small show, please have them email [email protected]!
Please come to the next show!!! :]