Use this handy reference guide to buy tickets and plan your trip from Seattle to New Providence to see A Hand of Talons. You’ll be treading on Yao clan territory, so you’ll want to plot out every detail before you go, including parking, dining choices, and more!
Tickets purchased in advance are:
- $15 General Admission
- $12 Student/Senior/TPS (Seniors are 62 or above!)
- Mondays are Industry Pay-What-You-Can
- Thrifty Thursdays are $12
- Sunday matinee on May 15 at 2pm for only $10!
Thanks so much to our generous Kickstarter backers for making these discounted tickets available to everyone!
Run time is approximately two hours with intermission.
We are excited to offer a special online Double Date Deal (four
Advance General Admissions for $50) for folks who want to enjoy the show with a few friends and save some cash!
Tickets at the door are:
- $18 General Admission
- $15 Student/Senior/TPS
- PFP is proud to participate in Teen Tix
Parking for Theatre Off Jackson
Need to find parking in the International District? Please refer to this helpful map for information on nearby parking lots and their evening fees:
In general, there is plenty of street parking, with 2 hours free underneath the freeway and reasonably-priced metered parking elsewhere (metering ends at 8pm). We CAN recommend the lot under Interstate 5, between Jackson and King Streets. Not only is it extremely well-illuminated, but it also costs a mere $2 after 6pm (cash only/exact change) and $10 for special events such as Sounders games. All proceeds go to help Interim CDA, the agency that helps develop the International District as a neighborhood to live in, a destination to visit, and a community to work in.
Note: The Viaduct is scheduled to be closed for two weeks beginning April 29 (Opening Night!), so please plan extra travel time and avoid SR99 during those dates.
Also Note: There will be Sounders games at CenturyLink Field on the evenings of April 30, May 7, and May 21. Finding parking (both street and pay lot) can be especially challenging on game days, so please plan accordingly to take public transit or factor in extra time to park.
Feeling a little peckish?
Why not grab a bite to eat before the show? Here are some nearby restaurants to try out:
A. Red Lantern
Contemporary Asian cuisine
520 S. Jackson St.
B. Green Leaf
Excellent Vietnamese cuisine
418 8th Ave. S.
C. Phenom Penh Noodles
The I-District’s only Cambodian restaurant
660 South King St.
D. Eastern Cafe
Tasty sandwiches, crepes, and espresso
510 Maynard Ave. S.