January 31, 2017 kscope


Christine B is one of Kaleidoscope’s longest-tenured crew members and best-reviewed entertainers!

Christine went to Worcester State University and graduated with a BA in Visual and Performing Arts, and has been performing since elementary school–first in church in school choirs, and by fourth grade in theatre productions. By the time she entered WSU, she was not only in the school’s performing arts major but in their a cappella choir, the chorale, and went with the group on a brief European tour.
On top of all of this, Christine has been working with kids since middle school–first as a volunteer in her church’s nursery, and eventually as a baby sitter, Montessori educator, and YMCA arts and crafts instructor.
Currently Christine makes her full-time living as an artist between Kaleidoscope, as a part-time nanny, and a regional puppeteer.
Christine currently works as a variety of cartoon characters (including princesses and super heroes), circus performer (stilts, juggling, and more!), tarot reader, and of course a visual artist (balloon twisting, face painting, paint night instructor, and henna artist just to name a few).
November 27, 2016 kscope

Kaleidoscope specializes in parties with multiple characters, because our actors are trained to work together to bring stories come to life! The past box office years have seen some big adventure stories which makes these princesses and their friends the perfect choice for parties of any size, age, or gender.

Remember: because mascots are picture-perfect, check on these differences between mascots and face characters so you pick the best package for your party.


June 21, 2016 kscope

If you’re having a huge event (read: more than 100 guests looking for entertainment) Kaleidoscope has a few ways we can speed up your lines!

Let your guests grab-and-go a fast design, or stay-for-the-pro if they’re willing to wait!

Just hire two or four artists (depending on your event size): one to crank out tiny designs for wiggly toddlers or on-the-go parents, and a second to take their time on more elaborate designs.