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Kaleidoscope


Kaleidoscope Series for Youth

The 2020-2021 Season is on sale now! Request tickets here

Gallagher Bluedorn’s various educational programs broaden youth’s understanding and participation in the arts among communities throughout Iowa and serves the Center’s mission, to inspire. The Kaleidoscope Series creates a deeper understanding of classroom subjects, serving as a supplementary tool in teaching core curriculum. In many cases the performances create an entry point for discussion of challenging material.  

The Kaleidoscope Series strives to provide youth multiple opportunities to experience a wide range of the performing arts, to serve underserved rural communities of Eastern Iowa, and to accommodate over 35,000 students each year.  In March of 2017 we reached a significant milestone, 500,000 kids experiencing the arts through our program. Learn more at kaleidoscopeseries.com.

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Friday, Jan 29 at 10:00 AM

DRUMLine Live is an international tour based on the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching band tradition. With riveting rhythms, bold beats and ear-grabbing energy, this stage show is a synchronized musical showcase of the HBCU experience.

Tuesday, Mar 2 at 10:00 AM

The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. They transcend the bounds of what is expected with their socially conscious and family-friendly music.

Tuesday, Mar 2 at 12:30 PM

The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. They transcend the bounds of what is expected with their socially conscious and family-friendly music.

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Thursday, Mar 4 at 10:00 AM

All the animals in the jungle know their own special dance, but Gerald the Giraffe can't seem to move without a clumsy step. But with the help of a wise cricket, he finds his own song, and dances to the beat of his own drum! In this stage adaptation of the beloved children's book by Biles Andreae, with puppets, African rhythm, and lots of dancing, Gerald learns that his differences are what make him special.

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Thursday, Mar 4 at 12:30 PM

All the animals in the jungle know their own special dance, but Gerald the Giraffe can't seem to move without a clumsy step. But with the help of a wise cricket, he finds his own song, and dances to the beat of his own drum! In this stage adaptation of the beloved children's book by Biles Andreae, with puppets, African rhythm, and lots of dancing, Gerald learns that his differences are what make him special.

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Thursday, Mar 25 at 10:00 AM

The timeless classic of The Story of Ferdinand will inspire young audiences to read and always follow their dreams. With the help of his mother, who believed in him, and the little bee who nearly changed his life, Ferdinand keeps true to who he is, and who he always wanted to be.

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Friday, Mar 26 at 10:00 AM

The timeless classic of The Story of Ferdinand will inspire young audiences to read and always follow their dreams. With the help of his mother, who believed in him, and the little bee who nearly changed his life, Ferdinand keeps true to who he is, and who he always wanted to be.

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Friday, Mar 26 at 12:30 PM

The timeless classic of The Story of Ferdinand will inspire young audiences to read and always follow their dreams. With the help of his mother, who believed in him, and the little bee who nearly changed his life, Ferdinand keeps true to who he is, and who he always wanted to be.

Contact Information

Amy Hunzelman
Director of Education and Outreach
(319) 273-3679
amy.hunzelman@uni.edu

Molly Hackenmiller
Assistant Director of UNItix
(319) 273-3682
molly.hackenmiller@uni.edu

 

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