Policies & Procedures
At Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People, our relationship with our students, families, and artists is critical to our success. We welcome students, families, and artists in our studios to participate in high quality programs and do our best to provide them with a safe and enjoyable environment.
As an employer, Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People is responsible for providing our employees with a rewarding, challenging, and safe work environment. For that reason, Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People has expectations of its clients in its day-to-day operations:
- Treat fellow students, families, artists, and Kaleidoscope Theatre staff, board, and business partners with respect and courtesy. Unsociable behaviour, including harassing clients, students, families, artists, or staff, and the use of swearing or other obscenities, is not acceptable.
- Respect the needs of other students and artists to enjoy our programs and facility. Disruptive behaviour and excessive noise are not acceptable.
- Refrain from bringing food or beverages into the studios.
- If you appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol or if you are in possession of illegal drugs or alcohol, you will be refused service and will be asked to leave the premises.
Student Responsibilities and Classroom Etiquette
KPAS students and their families are responsible for:
- Arriving on time for classes, rehearsals and performances. In the theatre world, “on time” means prior to the posted time.
- Being respectful and cooperative
- Communicating honestly with instructors and staff
- Being appropriately dressed for their class (see Dress Code below)
- Securing their valuables
- Refraining from eating and drinking in the studios (We are a Nut Free Facility)
Students may expect:
- to be treated with respect by faculty and other students
- to feel safe in the KTYP environment
- to be provided with quality instruction
Victoria, BC, V8N 6J1
We acknowledge with respect the Lekwungen peoples on whose traditional territory Kaleidoscope works and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.