Chancz Perry is an award-winning multi-faceted producer, choreographer and triple-threat performer. He has spent more than 30 years in the entertainment industry – on stage, screen and behind the scenes. Chancz is certified in Early Childhood Education (SIAST), has a BFA in Dance, a BA in Criminology (Simon Fraser University) and is pursuing graduate studies regarding art therapy (University of Regina). He has served as an Artist in Residence in Regina Public Schools and a sessional instructor at the University of Regina, as well as in several roles at the Globe Theatre that have made a difference to people in marginalized communities, local artists and production teams, and children of all ages.
Terrance Littletent is from the Kawacatoose Cree Nation and was born in Regina, Saskatchewan. Terrance is an accomplished Grass and Hoop Dancer who has traveled across North America and overseas, sharing his gift of song, dance and narrative in a humble way. At six years old, Terrance had already been introduced to the traditional techniques and movement skills used to create his own dance choreography. By the age of eight, Terrance’s uncle, Kirby Littletent, presented him with the gift of the hoop, which inspired Terrance to continue his uncle’s legacy of sharing the ways of their people. Eleven years later, Terrance became recognized as a world-renowned hoop dancer. As an educator, producer and performer, Terrance continues to find ways to bridge traditional and contemporary dance and music styles.
Kelli Fox is an award-winning actor/director with nearly 35 years on stages across Canada and the US, including 13 seasons with the Shaw Festival, and three seasons with the Stratford Festival. For two seasons (2017-18), she served as Artistic Associate at Globe Theatre in Regina.
Devon Bonneau is a Saskatchewan-based theatre artist with a focus on Lighting and Sound Design and Performance. As a part of the Globe Theatre’s Sandbox Series, a showcase for up and coming artists, Devon has worked alongside many of Saskatchewan’s talented actors, directors, creators and designers.
Rebecca Donison is a theatre artist and designer based in Regina, Saskatchewan. She is the Set and Costume Designer for Hip Hop Hoop Dance, first presented as part Globe Theatre’s Sandbox Series in January 2018. Rebecca holds a BFA in Theatre Design (University of Regina).
Tori Yuzik is thrilled to have the opportunity to tour with Hip Hop Hoop Dance. She was born and raised in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, and currently resides in Regina. Tori holds a BFA in Stage Management and Design and a Bachelor of Education (University of Regina). She has worked as a stage manager and technician with Hip Hop Hoop Dance since January 2018 and is excited to help bring this show across Canada.
Shelby Lyn Lowe is a Saskatchewan-based designer, stage manager, technician and puppeteer who has a BFA in Theatre Design (University of Regina). Shelby is also the Program and Production Coordinator (Saskatoon) for Listen to Dis’ Community Arts Organization, whose goal is to enable artists and community members with varied abilities through inclusive contemporary art practices. She toured with Hip Hop Hoop Dance as a stage manager for 10 Days in September 2018 and is excited to join Chancz and Terrence for future tours.
Todd Rennebohm is a performing and visual artist who lives in Indian Head, Saskatchewan. Over the last 20 years, Todd has had the fortune to experience a variety of opportunities from being a musician and having his band’s video air on MuchMusic, to owning a gallery and framing shop, to getting accepted to have his photography travel with OSAC’s Art On the Move program, to receiving a grant from SK Arts to attend an artistic welding course, to having numerous solo gallery shows, to being employed at Globe Theatre as the Head of Scenic Carpentry.
Kelsey Elvin started his theatre career in the Grant MacEwan theatre production program in 2008. Since graduating he has designed Broadway Rocks 2 (Edmonton Musical Theatre), Fusion 2014, Conrad Roy, and Rez Sisters (Globe Theatre Sandbox), and Gunmetal Blues (Globe Theatre Mainstage). He has also worked as the Head of Carpentry, Technical Director and Scenic Painter at various times at Globe Theatre from 2011-18.
Jason Meyer was born and raised in Regina. Between high school and university, Jay worked as a professional musician, touring extensively across North America. After showing an interest in visual arts and technical craft, he graduated with a BFA in Film (University of Regina.) He trained in Vancouver as a camera assistant and began working on film sets, later shifting his focus from working behind the camera to editing and sound. He shifted again to producing and directing program content and commercials for MTV Canada. Jay has also worked for the Saskatchewan Communications Network as a Creative Producer for the Western Canadian creative team and has collaborated extensively with a number of local organizations, visual artists and performers, with a focus on the relationship between movement and the camera in performance creation.