MAY 2020 PROGRAMS
So, You Want to Be An Opera Singer
with Anna Shill
Tuesday, May 12 – 4:45pm
So, You Want to Be A Stage Manager
with Anthony Liam Kearns and Lois Dawson
Thursday, May 14 – 4:30pm
By making a charitable donation to Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People, you are part of an amazing community of donors made up of passionate theatre-goers, and community-minded individuals who are committed to inspiring future generations of theatre lovers.
Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People works hard to make live performance affordable and accessible to everyone. Our regular ticket prices are low, while we engage professional artists, designers, and technicians, and pay professional fees.
Our commitment to the dual cause of affordability and paying artists for their work doesn’t come easy – the price you pay to see a Kaleidoscope production may only cover one-third of the actual cost of presenting the show to you.
It takes a village to create and present the relevant works that Kaleidoscope develops on a yearly basis – we simply cannot do it alone. The more you give, the more you demonstrate your dedication to presenting excellent theatre to audiences young and young at heart from communities near and far. As a member of the family, you become a pillar of our company.
Why help us grow theatre lovers?
Kaleidoscope has been presenting Theatre for Young Audiences around the world for over 45 years and is our region’s only resident professional theatre company for young audiences.
We entertain and inspire audiences of all ages by presenting imaginative theatre for our future leaders.
We are an award-winning and critically acclaimed company whose reputation for producing first-rate professional theatre has seen us travel the world.
We are dedicated to ensuring strong relationships with both our staff and our generous volunteers. Moreover, all of our artists and collaborators are exceptional professionals from both the local and national community.
Our shows and audience reflect the incredible cultural diversity of Victoria. Each season,we introduce thousands of young people, families and community members to the power of live theatre.
Building partnerships within the community and investing in our youth and our culture is integral for organizational growth. Your investment in Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People ensures that we can continue our mission and continue to grow new generations of theatre lovers on Vancouver Island.
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Finn Letourneau, David Radford, and Noa Paster in Vivaldi’s Ring of Mystery (2019) – Photo by Jennifer Calioux