When the Yukon Arts Centre opened its doors in 1992, the Yukon Arts Centre was the largest auditorium in the Canadian North. That legacy continues today, as the Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage enables us to welcome world class performing arts to the Yukon Territory. In addition to being a frequent roadhouse on Canada-wide tours, our Mainstage is also a home-away-from-home for many Yukon youth, and emerging artists. Our Mainstage is a place that our community truly comes together to celebrate Yukon arts and culture.
• 10 wheelchair accessible seats are reserved for patrons, and their companions.
• In 2018, hand rails were installed in the Mainstage aisles to allow easier navigation for patrons.
• The Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage is fully equip with a hearing assist device. Devices that work work existing hearing aids are also available.
LIGHTING & AUDIO
The Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage has a professional grade lighting and audio booth. For more information, please refer to our technical documents page.
The Yukon Arts Centre offers its theatre and stage to create a unique meeting space which provides for safe physical distancing for groups from 15 up to 80. A new multi-camera system can now stream multiple conversations and link virtual participants to create a seamless hybrid meeting experience. The use of a cinema sized screen and sound system create a stellar virtual meeting experience for all participants.
Small Group Meetings. Up to 15 people can be physically distanced at individual tables on the Yukon Arts Centre stage.
Larger Group Meetings: Up to 80 people can be physically distanced in the bottom level of the theatre for presentations happening on stage.
• Key Note Presentations
• Town Halls/Public Hearings
• Board Meetings
• Professional Development Retreats
• Strategic Planning
• Staff Meetings/Training
The view from centre stage.