How do you define
In whatever language you say it …
It’s a group of people who love each other and take care of each other, spend time laughing and crying together, who in good times celebrate and in bad times unite.
They dance under the sunshine and hang on to each others’ hands during the storms. They’re not perfect, they just accept each other as they are. Most of the time.
They will learn life’s lessons in this at times unfair world. And even if at times they think they’re done, somehow something happens to make them carry on.
That’s what Kaleidoscope is.
We are a group of individuals with totally different skills, backgrounds, cultures, and ages, but we all come together to create magic onstage.
We are dancers but not just dancers; we are actors but more than actors; we are the people that stay packing down the theatre after midnight.
And even then, it’s not just about us, because we are just a path that leads our audience to feel something.
We believe in what we do, and we believe in each other.
We are family.
We are the Kaleidoscope family.
Ko tātou tātou inaianei.