Shumiatcher Sandbox Series

Hip Hop Hoop Dance

Mar 29, 2018 – Apr 7, 2018
50 Minutes

World champion hoop dancer, Terrance Littletent, collaborates with interdisciplinary artist, Chancz Perry, to produce a cross-cultural fusion of First Nations Hoop Dance and North American Hip Hop. Both engaging performers share an historical, educational and inspirational outlook of the two dance genres. Accompanied by Jayson Littletent of the Kawacatoose Boys.  

Jayson Littletent Jayson
Terrance Littletent Terrance
Chancz Perry Chancz Perry
Kelli Fox Dramaturge
Rebecca Donison Set and Costume Designer
Devon Bonneau Lighting and Sound Designer
Tori Yuzik Stage Manager



Jayson Littletent | Jayson

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other: Jayson Littletent is from the Kawacatoose First Nation but was born and raised in Regina, SK. He has been singing since he was taught by his uncle, Kirby Littletent, at a very young age. He has enjoyed the opportunity to travel throughout Canada and the United States sharing his First Nations culture.

Terrance Littletent │ Terrance

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other: Terrance Littletent is from the Kawacatoose Cree Nation and born in Regina, Saskatchewan. Much of his traditional teachings were inherited through his family and elders, singers and dancers, storytellers and academics. Terrance is an accomplished Grass and Hoop Dancer who has traveled across Canada, the United States, and overseas, sharing his gift of song, dance, and narrative, in humble way. At the age of 6, Terrance had already been introduced to the traditional techniques and movement skills used to create his own dance choreography. By the age of 8, 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. 11 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 Cultural Liaison, working with community school students in music styles. He is currently employed with the Regina Public School Board; he holds the title of the cultural community engagement advisor.

Chancz Perry │ Chancz Perry

Globe Theatre: The Snow Queen (Choreographer); Globe Theatre School (Outreach Facilitator); Shumiatcher Sandbox Series (Coordinator).

Other Theatre: Five Guys Named Moe (Stage West) Nunsense (Western Canada Theatre).  Kiss Me Kate (Theatre Under the Stars) West Side Story (Arts Club Theatre)

Film and Television: 21 Jumpstreet; Sliders; Bye Bye Birdie; Charlie Horse Music Pizza (Series Regular);  Da Vinci’s Inquest;  The Life; Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.

Upcoming: Gabriel Dumont Wild West Show (World Premiere)

Other: ECE (SIAST); BA Criminology and BFA Dance (SFU); MEd EC&I in progress (UR). “Many thanks to God, my family and dearest friends – especially the Littletent’s and Ruth Smilie – for being there every step of the way. And to you, the reader, for sharing this memorable experience with us.”


Kelli Fox │ Dramaturge

Globe Theatre: A Christmas Carol, Peter and the Starcatcher, Hound of the Baskervilles, The Drowning Girls.

Other Theatre: Lion and the Woodcutter (Sum Theatre); Kitchen Radio (Blyth Festival); Man to Man, Boston Marriage (Headstrong Collective); The Nerd (Victoria Playhouse, Petrolia); This Wide Night, (Summerworks, 2013). Assist. Dir. to Tadeusz Bradecki on Candida at the Shaw Festival and Max Reimer on The Last Resort at the Globe Theatre in Regina. As an actor Kelli has been on stages across Canada and in the US for 30 years, including 13 seasons with the Shaw Festival and 3 with Stratford.

Upcoming: Lonely Diner (Vertigo Theatre); I and You (Globe Theatre); Hamlet (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan).

Devon Bonneau │ Lighting and Sound Designer

Globe Theatre: Lighting and Sound Designer: Thunderstick, Root Hog or Die, Salt Baby; Lighting Designer: folk-lore, Fusion Project 2016, A Soldier’s War, WoolgatheringRael’s JourneyFusion Project: TouchFusion Project: The StayAlexander Abrams’ Magical Space Boots; Sound Designer: Salt Baby, Henry and Alice: Into The Wild; Associate Lighting Designer: Million Dollar Quartet; Assistant Lighting Designer: The Last Wife

Other Theatre: Lighting Designer: Lo-Fi/Hi-Fi (Fadadance Youth Company); Lighting and Sound Designer: Snowbirds (Menagerie Productions); Sound Designer: The Velveteen Rabbit (Regina Little Theatre), Swept Off Our Feet (Regina Summer Stage); Director: Tuesdays and SundaysMusic Therapy with Terrance (Regina Little Theatre)

Other: Globe Theatre’s Technical Director: 2012-2014; Touring Production Manager: A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline; currently the Sandbox Series Studio Technician.

Rebecca Donison | Set and Costume Designer

Globe Theatre: Set Design: Bittergirl – The Musical; Root, Hog, or Die; Set and Costume Design: G-Ram; The Snow Queen (Assistant); Head of Wardrobe: Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash; Apprentice Stage Manager: A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline.

Other Theatre: Set and Costume Design: Dogbarked, Volstead Blues, Dry Streak (Souris Valley Theatre); Set Design: The Velveteen Rabbit, Leading Ladies (Regina Little Theatre); Swept Off Our Feet: Boris Karloff and the Regina Cyclone (Regina Summer Stage); Eurydice (University of Regina); Costume Design: The Servant of Two Masters (Persephone Junior Company).

Film/Television: Another WolfCop, Corner Gas: The Movie, WolfCop, Space Milkshake, Edge of War.

Other: Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design from University of Regina.

Tori Yuzik | Stage Manager

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Theatre: Stage Manager and Lighting Designer: Making Treaty 4 (First Nations University of Canada), Dogbarked, Fitz Happens, Volstead Blues, Chickens (Souris Valley Theatre), Attempts on her Life (University of Regina); Stage Manager: Bad Blood (Curtain Razors with University of Regina), Re-Measure (University of Regina); Lighting Designer: 9 to 5, The Addams Family Musical (Regina Lyric Musical Theatre); Spring’s Awakening (University of Regina)

Other: Tori recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Design and Stage Management from the University of Regina, as well as a Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina. 


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