Kaleidoscope Theatre held their Annual General Meeting on Sunday February 4th.

Board President Warren Nicholls said that the meeting mostly dealt with the group's financials. The Kaleidoscope is in decent shape this year, and Nielsen said they are always looking for new shows to do.

"There aren't any major changes, the board is all staying the same, we are just plotting along and getting new shows up and running."

The current board members include:
President - Warren Nicholls
Former President - Becky Neuman
Vice President - Ashley Turner 
Volunteer Coordinator - Megan McLaughlan
Interim Marketing/Advertising - Ashley Turner 
Treasurer - Rhiann Russell

The next show coming up at the Kaleidoscope will be a collaboration with Durmheller Valley Secondary School as part of a school project, Nicholls explained.

"The next show, [will be] partially Kaleidoscope. Becky Neuman will be directing The Addams Family, but that is going to be through the school as well."

Nicholls said that during the AGM, the Board discussed how to get people interested in the theatre as they're regularly looking for volunteers to help out.

"We are always looking for volunteers," said Nicholls. "Partly for the board, but we are always looking for volunteers to help with shows."

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