What We Do
“Tell me, I forget. Show me, I remember. Involve me, I understand”
We create distinctive, dynamic theatrical programming that explores pertinent topics through the arts, and leaves our audience feeling connected, inspired and empowered with science and the natural world. We also own and operate our own building, Evergreen Community Spaces, to promote the arts through space provision to artists and the greater community.
Our innovative curriculum-linked residencies, shows and programming get kids teaching their peers about science and the environment through theatre. Using inquiry-based learning, students are challenged to discover meaning and relevance in curriculum linked topics pertinent to natural, scientific and environmental issues. Facilitating the development of both critical and creative thinking, we raise environmental and social awareness and empower youth to take part in making positive choices.
Evergreen Community Spaces:
The Evergreen Community Spaces are proudly owned and operated by Evergreen Theatre. Our unique, 24,000 square foot facility boasts 24/7 access, flexible studios, offices, production and performance space, dressing room, storage, props and costume workshop, visitor lounge and much more. This project is an innovative venture: a community-centric, not-for-profit arts facility. This facility supports Evergreen Theatre’s mandate to promote the arts through space provision to artists and the greater community. We offer cost-effective spaces with the highest functionality possible. Because the space is multi-use and multidisciplinary, we are open to many groups and have few usage restrictions. Come find your space at Evergreen.
- Our excellent value to clients exposes over 65,000 school children and teachers annually to our dynamic programs.
- Evergreen Theatre has won many awards, click HERE to see a full list.
- Over 20 years of experience creatively educating children and caring for the environment.
- Last year, Evergreen Community Spaces saw over 100,000 people come through our doors, with 8,000-10,000 people visiting per month.