Kaleidoscope Players

Players take the stage Winter 2017 in

No Where To Go  But UP!



The Kaleidoscope Players are the "performance arm" of the Youth Theater, specializing in community outreach through bringing stories to life on stage at the theater and sometimes on tour. Players are selected for each seasonal production (Fall, Christmas, Winter, Spring, and through invitation, Summer) on an audition and class participation basis. Considered an “elite” group, Players productions are a bonus experience on top of regular classes and commitment, and responsibility and skill expectations are high for each actor cast.


The range of commitments include involvement in three to four full Players’ productions per school year, as well as responsibilities at fundraising events and community engagements, and one show rehearsed and performed during summer months. Auditions and age requirements are announced several weeks in advance of a production and rehearsals begin the week after auditions. Players rehearse an average of three nights per week for six-eight weeks after or around regularly scheduled Club classes (4:00/5:00-6:30/7:00) before presenting 4-6 ticketed performances for community audiences over one or two weekends. 



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Upcoming Players Performances & Auditions

February 22-24

The Kaleidoscope Players Present Bella and the Frog Prince

What happens when “Beauty and the Beast” is mashed up with the “Taming of the Shrew” and the classic fairy tale of “The Frog Prince?”  Why “Bella and the Frog Prince,” of course, the Kaleidoscope Playhouse’s Winter KYT Players’ musical production written by artistic director, Stacy Hostetter.  With the theme of looking beyond the surface of someone to see what is really inside, the story takes place in the fair village of Windelmere on the edge of a swampland where everyone is perfect, kind and even-tempered except for Bella DeLindervane, the older daughter of a widow, who people see as terribly cranky.  In fact, Bella is a writer, very imaginative and creative, but terribly shy, and when she is told she must marry because of the law in the land, she sets out to change things, even if it means visiting the old hag in the swamp or believing in frog princes.  Along the way meet characters such as Tootleream the Terrific, Franklin De’ Croak, Queen Organza d’Castleghent, Bella’s family and the villagers of Windelmere, and of course the frog prince himself, Prince William.  Full of humor, complex characters, “swamp mayhem,” and songs such as, “Perfect Windelmere,” “When They Look at Me,” “Frogs on Logs,” “There Are Monsters!” and “My Only Chance,” this new twist on fairy tales is suitable for family members of all ages.


Saturday, March 30

AUDITIONS for Spring Players' Show

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