About {kaleido}scope

kaleidoscope
a changing pattern or scene
a mixture of many different things
observer of beautiful forms
a succession of changing phases or actions
a diverse collection
a complicated set of circumstances

scope
a space for unhampered movement, activity, or thought
to look at, especially for the purpose of evaluation
to examine
an area over which activity, capacity, or influence extends

Mission Statement

{kaleido}scope challenges you to experience theatre from a new perspective by diving into stories of human experience, observing all corners of the prism, and lighting the fuse on an explosive array of thought-provoking theatrical experiences.

ka·lei·do·scope

/kəˈlīdəˌskōp/

noun

early 19th century: from Greek kalos ‘beautiful’ + eidos ‘form’ + -scope

kaleidoscope
a changing pattern or scene
a mixture of many different things
observer of beautiful forms
a succession of changing phases or actions
a diverse collection
a complicated set of circumstances

scope
a space for unhampered movement, activity, or thought
to look at, especially for the purpose of evaluation
to examine
an area over which activity, capacity, or influence extends

Mission Statement

{kaleido}scope challenges you to experience theatre from a new perspective by diving into stories of human experience, observing all corners of the prism, and lighting the fuse on an explosive array of thought-provoking theatrical experiences.