Teen Night @ The Hate U Give

One Night OnlyTeen Night

Partner Organization

Town Hall Seattle


Hugo House
1634 11th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Join TeenTix, Bushwick Book Club, Hugo House, and Town Hall Seattle for an evening of poetry, music, and more!

The night kicks off with a teens-only pre-show reception with complimentary finger foods, beverages, a photo booth with props, and FREE books for attendees. Then, see Bushwick Book Club in action: performers of diverse backgrounds will respond to the book, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, with poetry, music, and speech. Stay after the show for a Q&A with the performers, and get inside the artistic process! 

TeenTix Members may RSVP for themselves and another guest in advance. Just fill out this form to sign up - then, pay $5 per person at the door when you arrive! 


Electrifying readers across the country since its publication last year, Angie Thomas’s smash hit Young Adult novel The Hate U Give tackles race, police violence, and media with verve and wit. At this show, performers of many ages and backgrounds will offer a variety of artistic responses to this timely work.

Honored with a slot on the 2017 National Book Award Longlist in the category of Young People’s Literature, The Hate U Give tells the story of 16-year-old Starr Carter, the sole witness to a police shooting involving an unarmed friend. Carter finds herself torn between two vastly different worlds: the poverty-stricken neighborhood she has grown up in and the upper-crust suburban prep school she attends. 


6:30 PM - A special teens-only reception that features free snacks and drinks, free books for those in attendance, and a fun photo booth with props
7:30 PM - The show begins! The program includes speakers, musicians, and poets and one 15-minute intermission
9:15 PM - Stay for a Q&A with the artists to see what goes into creating art based on literature

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