Latest Update: August 29, 2023

Communicable Disease Safety Plan

Youth Theatre Classes and Day Camp Programs at Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People’s Performing Arts Studio (KPAS) are offered in-person at the Kaleidoscope Arts Centre location in Downtown Victoria.

Face Masks are not currently required for students and visitors. The decision to wear a mask or face covering is a personal choice for everyone. This choice should be supported and treated with respect by all.

Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People has been offering outstanding theatre experiences and theatre arts education programs to our community for 50 years. Our mission is to create original, innovative, and relevant theatre experiences that stimulate and inspire young people to think critically about the world around them.

The health, safety, and wellbeing of our artists, staff, and patrons is of the utmost importance to us, and always has been. We at KTYP continue to learn and assess our facility and programs in order to identify places where the risk of transmission of a Communicable Disease is introduced. Our policies and safety plans are subject to change and will adhere to and follow all guidance and orders from the BC Public Health Officer and Island Health.

Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People recognizes that youth arts education programs, rehearsals, and public performances / gatherings are not inherently safe activities. The health, safety, and wellbeing of our artists, staff, students, and patrons is of the utmost importance. It is for this reason that KTYP will continue to follow strict protocols to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases between artists, staff, and patrons.

We ask that you let us help you:

By phone 250.383.8124

Email at info@kaleidoscope.bc.ca

The information in this Safety Plan is subject to change at any time to meet the changing environment and Public Health Orders.