EVERGREEN BLOG

MEET OUR STAFF – ANDREA

The Evergreen staff is like a small family... dysfunctional at times, but always supportive of each other! We have a lot of fun here and our people are the best part of working here so -- here it goes! Meet our Marketing Manager - ANDREA! How long have you worked at...

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Downstage with David: What’s Coming Up In February

VIDEO -- Meet David Mann, Performing Arts Manager at the Evergreen... if anyone should know what to see next month -- it's David!  Check out our lineup for February: 03        Remi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble: Swingin' with Oscar 09        Sleeping Beauty Dreams 14     ...

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Top 5 Tips For Keeping Theatre In Your Entertainment Budget

As we wind down from the holiday season and start 2018 with a clean slate, our wallets may still be feeling the pinch from an over zealous gift-giving season. Here are our top tips for still being able to keep that night out with family and friends in the budget  at...

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We’re launching our 21st Season

All roads and trains lead to the Evergreen Cultural Centre... this is turning out to be the hottest place in town! We are so excited to be kicking off our 21st season. After a stellar 2016-2017 season, staff at the Evergreen are lining things up for another terrific...

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6 Guitars: A Love Letter to Music

6 Guitars premiered in the 2010 Orlando International Fringe Festival where it was greeted with sold out houses and standing ovations. Since then is has travelled internationally becoming one of the most successful shows from the Canadian Fringe Festival Circuit by...

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4 Reasons to see The Lomax Project

  We couldn't be more excited about Jayme Stone bringing his newest album to Evergreen this November. We were trying to come up with a list of reasons why you would love their new album and should see them in concert, but then it occurred to us that the songs alone...

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Get rockin’ with Red Rock Diner

  So you've heard that Red Rock Diner features the best songs of the 1950s all in one rockin' musical. But which songs are included in that list? Well, they're the songs that DJ Red Robinson helped popularize over the airwaves in Vancouver throughout that youthful and...

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Governor-General’s Award for Drama Nominees Announced

It's like Oscar nominations in the play writing world this morning as the nominees for the 2015 Governor General's Awards for Drama were announced.   It's a great honour to be nominated and a sign that your play will likely enter the burgeoning canon of Canadian...

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Get to know our staff, part three

Hello out there, around the world and in the universe! Welcome once again to another instalment of getting to know our staff at Evergreen. This morning we're learning a little more about Michael Charrois. Let's get to it! What department do you work at in Evergreen?...

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Get to know our staff, part two

Hello out there, around the world and in the universe! Welcome once again to another instalment of getting to know our staff at Evergreen. Today, I have Jon-Paul Walden telling us like it is! Take it away Jon-Paul! What department do you work at in Evergreen? I am the...

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Get to know our staff, part one

Hello out there, around the world and in the universe! I'm writing to you from my desk at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in beautiful Coquitlam, British Columbia. Today and hopefully many upcoming Friday's, I will be asking my colleagues some questions - nothing too...

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Top 7 Pete Seeger Songs

  Pete Seeger had an upbringing steeped in music. His father, Charles, taught music at the University of California, Berkeley and his mother, Constance de Clyver Edson Seeger, was a concert violinist. His half-sister, Peggy, would become an eminent folk musician...

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8 Things You Didn’t Know About Pete Seeger

  Pete Seeger was a legendary figure in the American folk movement. He was a civil rights activist, an environmentalist and a constant advocate for the disadvantaged in American society. He sang in defense of the poor, the oppressed, and the exploited; and always to...

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Q&A with Mark Hellman of The Incompleat Folksinger

  Creating an original show is no easy task: there is so much work that goes into preparing a script, rehearsing, editing, rehearsing, performing, editing, rehearsing, and on and on. It is even more difficult when the show that you are creating is based on the life...

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