NEW PROVINCIAL HEALTH ORDER RESTRICTIONS
As mandated by the Provincial Health Order issued by Dr. Henry on November 19, social gatherings of any size, as well as events and community-based gatherings, are suspended. This order applies to all of our Speakeasy performances and some rental events until December 07, 2020. Our Box Office will contact all affected patrons and rental groups with more information.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: Masks are now required in all indoor public spaces.
Patrons must wear masks in our building *except* when seated at their Speakeasy table to enjoy their drinks + snacks, as outlined in the latest health order. Read the full Health Order here.
PLEASE NOTE: This updated order does not apply to our Art Gallery – which means that our latest exhibition, Wayfinding, will remain open! We hope you’ll join us with your bubble to safely enjoy artworks from three local artists, both inside the gallery and on the exterior of our theatre lobby.
THIS IS GOING TO BE THE “BEE’S KNEES”.
It’s time to get together again! The Roaring 2020’s are here, and the events prohibition is officially over for Evergreen. This October, we’re setting the scene for a new series of intimate, in-person performances at Evergreen with our Fall Speakeasy Sessions.
But don’t go getting any bright ideas – we designed our Speakeasy Sessions with safety in mind. Our studio theatre has been transformed into a flat-floor, cabaret-style seating arrangement to ensure physical distancing and bring a “ritzy” (classy) new feeling to our Main Stage. It’s going to be “cat’s meow”, and we can’t wait to reconnect you with the magic of live arts experiences this fall.
Wayfinding | Art Gallery at Evergreen
Leanne M. Christie, Sara Graham, Devon Knowles
November 14, 2020 – January 31, 2021
The exhibition Wayfinding brings together recent work by local artists Leanne M. Christie, Sara Graham and Devon Knowles, who live and create art in response to their cities—Coquitlam, Port Moody and Vancouver—and the urban architecture that makes up these spaces and others like them. Through mediums such as oil painting, photography and experimental stained glass, the artists consider the language and materials of city building.
Image: Devon Knowles, Walking Spectrum III, i, S18, 2019, glass, aluminum tabs, cellophane envelope, plastic lid, foam earplug, stell zipper, paper reciept, lead, tin, steel, paint. Courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver.