Evergreen Theatre Kicks Off New Season

At the corner of Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park, the Evergreen Theatre has brought a cavalcade of stage productions to Coquitlam for the past 15 years. Instead of venturing downtown for an evening of theatre, many great productions make their way to the Tricities, and this year is no exception.

The biggest change at the Evergreen Theatre for the 2010/2011 season are the new, improved seats. It will now be much easier to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.

The Evergreen is also offering subscription packages, where you can enjoy some savings while enjoying the shows. Here are the different subscriptions you can snap up, click on the links to see more information about the specific shows in the subscription packages.

Theatre Series

As we mentioned last week, starting tomorrow thru the 25th, the classic British Farce “No Sex Please, We’re British” hits the Evergreen Stage. The Royal Canadian Theatre Company production promises a spot-on interpretation of this British Panto classic.

Rounding out the Theatre Series is the fan-favourite Arts Club on Tour shows, including A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline, Becky’s New Car and The Sea Horse, plus the hit musical revue Unforgettable: The Music of Nat King Cole starring jazz singer Don Stewart, and two one-act plays Stripes: The Mystery Tour by Sarah Hayward and Under the Mango Tree by Veenesh Dubois.

Celebration of Song Series

Barney Bentall, Tom Taylor, Shari Ulrich, Kim Barlow, John Mann, The Shirleys, Coastal Sound Youth Choir, and James Keelaghan.

Chamber Music Series

Three concerts featuring A Touch of Brass and the Quiring Chamber Players.

Comedy Series

Starring Lorne Elliott, Roman Danylo, Damonde Tschritter, Paul Myrehaug, and Toby Hargrave

Dance Series

Two shows featuring Move: The Company and Ballet Kelowna

Family Series

Four presentations for the whole family. From Green Thumb, Red Sky, Motus O, and Vancouver Opera in Schools.

For more information about the individual shows, download their 2010/2011 season brochure. To buy subscriptions or single tickets online, visit www.evergreenculturalcentre.ca

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