Kaleidoscope Theatre

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Kaleidoscope Theatre

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1973-

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The Kaleidoscope Theatre is a Theatre for Young Audiences that was founded in 1973 with a $23,000 federal employment grant. The company’s founding director was Liz Gorrie, who had arrived in Victoria in 1971 with her husband Colin.

For an in-depth history of the company, see Jennifer Wise and Lauren Jerke “Liz Gorrie and the Kaleidoscope Alternative,” Theatre Research in Canada 36.1 (2015).

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