Ticket giveaway: Indiana Repertory Theatre's 'Holes'

September 14, 2010
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You could win four tickets to see the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s season-opening production of "Holes," including the pre-show VIP party with live music and a post-show celebration.

In honor of the play, which takes the award-winning young adult novel to the stage, all you have to do is enter below and name your favorite teen character from the world of books. Your pick won’t help you win (that’s by random draw), but might inspire some outside reading.

Good luck.

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  • Holes IRT
    My favorite teen character was always Trixie Belden!!
  • Harry Potter
    My favorite teen character is Harry Potter ~ not an original pick, but I do love Harry and I love the fact that theses wonderful books got tons of kids reading!
  • He's 17 Forever!
    Edward from Twilight...he's dreamy...
  • Holes IRT
    Salamanca Tree Hiddle from Walk Two Moons
  • Crime Fighter
    Nancy Drew!
  • A Little Excentric
    Mrs. Haversham from Great Expectations
  • Boo!
    Scout Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird and his youthful companions
  • Harry Potter
    Harry Potter
  • Holes
    I have to go with Scout Finch also.
  • Inman...
    ...from Cold Mountain
  • "conjugating the verb"
    Holden Caulfield from CITR.
  • Hadassah
    From Francine River's "A Voice in the Wind"
  • luna of course
    Luna Lovejoy from the Harry Potter books.
  • book character
    Trixie Belden
  • Fav teen novel character
    Harry Potter
  • Book Character
    The Hardy Boys (kinda dates me, don't it?)
  • Favorite teen characters
    Henry & Jessie from the Boxcar Children series. Along with their younger siblings, Violet & Bennie, really sparked my then young-uns imagination.
  • IRT Opener
    I would have to say Harry Potter!
  • Teen book character
    Old School--Nancy Drew!!
  • Had the Whole Set of Books
    Definitely Nancy Drew!
  • THE BIBLE
    young King David
  • THE BIBLE
    young King David
  • Nancy
    Nancy Drew, of course! She has it all figured out.
  • teen character
    Laura Ingalls Wilder
  • Favorite Teen
    Danny Forester from Battle Cry - and all the teens who became men in WWII.
  • fave teen
    Joy (as a baby in Good in Bed and as a teen in Certain Girls - both by Jennifer Weiner... excellent chick lit!)
  • Classic
    Atticus Finch of "To Kill a Mockingbird."
  • The Weasley Twins
    How about Fred and George Weasley?
  • Danny Dunn
    Dont think you can find these anymore except in large libraries. I ate this series up when I was 13.
  • Holden Caulfield
    Great character from one of the greatest novels, "The Cather in the Rye"
  • Favorite Teen in Lit
    Huck Finn
  • Jo
    From Little Women.(I think she was a teen, at least at the beginning of the story!) I, too, love Harry Potter and Nancy Drew, as well as Hermione from HP! My son and I read Holes together when he was young. Am interested in how it will look on stage.
  • Homer
    Homer Price was a favorite although my world was so far from his.
  • Book Teen
    Either Nancy Drew or Betsy of the Beverly Cleary books were my favorite young girls when I read series books as a kid.
  • fav "teen"
    Nancy Drew did it for me!!
  • teen character
    Nancy Drew
  • Teen Character
    Pony from The Outsiders! Loved him.
  • Teen Character
    Giving my age away here....Nancy Drew
  • Teen character
    Encyclopedia Brown!
  • Teen character
    Ole Tom Sawyer
  • Favorite Teen Character(s)
    Spin & Marty (Mouseketeer Club)
  • harry potter
    Harry Potter :-)
  • Favorite Teen Character
    Huck Finn from Tom Sawyer fame.
  • Tom or Huck
    Tough choice -- does it matter? MT was a genius at bring these boys to life.
  • I love Huck
    Huckleberry Finn of course!
  • Fave Teen Character
    Marcy Lewis from The Cat Ate My Gymsuit.
  • Favorite Teen
    hardy boys
  • percy jackson series
    annabeth
  • too many choices
    Well, I like Harry Potter, Nancy Drew, and several of the others that people have already mentioned.

    I also like Stanley Yelnats, the main character in Holes, and not just because his name is spelled the same in either direction.

    However, asking me my favorite teen character from the world of books is like asking me my favorite book: impossible to answer! So...I'm just going to name the one I've been thinking about this morning:

    15-year-old Darren is the narrator of The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To, by D.C. Pierson (Vintage Contemporaries 2010.)

    I love him because he says things like this:

    "My mom used to give me warm milk when I was a kid and couldn't sleep. I slept easier nights afterwards just wanting to avoid drinking warm milk, which is the strangest thing your mouth can experience, being used to cold milk in cereal and in a glass beside every meal growing up. It's like seeing your teacher outside of school. It's them, but they're all wrong and out of context." (p.59)

    Hope Baugh
    Indy Theatre Habit

  • Favorite Teen Character
    The Hardy Boys and Little Lord Fauntleroy
  • The Mudhen
    There were a series of books about him in written in the late 40s and early 50s.
    He was a typical postwar teenager who had a penchant for solving problems and mysteries while maintaining a laid back attitude.
  • favorite book teen
    I always loved Nancy Drew!
  • Teen Character
    As a teen-ager...Nancy Drew. As an adult...Harry Potter.
  • Teen Character
    Hermine from Potter.
  • Favorite Teen
    Hermoine Granger (Harry Potter), because my daughter looks and acts just like her!
  • Book Character
    Does Siddhartha count? Definitely the book that had the most impact on me as a teen.
  • Teen Character
    Wow, it's been a long time. I'd have to go with Huck Finn.
  • Holes
    Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys
  • Potter Fan
    Harry Potter and friends, of course!
  • Favorite Teen
    Nancy Drew is my favorite teen. Hope I win.
  • Favorite teen character
    Danny Dunn
  • Favorite Teen Character
    Katniss ~ Hunger Games
  • Holes
    Laura Ingalls Wilder, my idol!
  • IRT ticket giveaway
    I would have to say Bella from the Twilight Series, she seems as awkward and clutsy as I.
  • teenage character from a book
    ponyboy from the outsiders.
  • Character
    Harry Potter
  • SCOUT?
    still hearing Gregory Peck shouting "SCOUT" when we read TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

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