"Most major shows in Seattle have tickets out of my price range. Yet at least once a month I go see something, usually with a friend. How? Teen Tix! This summer I saw Othello at the Intiman after reading rave reviews for it in The New York Times a few months prior. My favorite show of the six on my passport was Emma at Book-It. I'd never been to that theater before and I'd just started reading the book. With barely more than five props, they immersed the audience in Regency England, doing Jane Austen justice. For $5 I get culture, a few hours with my friends and it's a parent-approved way to get out of homework."
- MarieClaire S.
"This contest actually got me going with TeenTix- it was an awesome way to try new stuff and get myself out there- I saw films, dance, theatre, all sorts of different things. I think TeenTix is the best thing since sliced bread and one of the best ideas in Seattle. You should do it!"
- Tucker C.
"I don't have a lot of money (I mean hey my mom still says I'm a kid in her eyes); but the fact that I am still able to have the luxury of sitting in the front row of a huge opera house able to see the sweat glisten off the actors face as they please the audience, makes me thankful to actually be a 'kid'. I love having this opportunity and I thank all those who make it possible."
- Alice E.
Passport to the Arts is a contest where Teen Tix members can win money (up to $250!) by seeing art. Collect stamps on your passport all year long: the more art you see, the more money you can win.
Our next Passport to the Arts contest starts in February, 2010.