German Club Stage
Opening prayer with Audrey Eyahpaise
Chinese Lion Dancers and Chung Wah Kung Fu
The Chung Wah Kung Fu Regina is one of the longest standing traditional Chinese Kung Fu School in Sastchewan. They offer martail arts, self defence, health and wellness programs here in the Heritage neighbourhood.
Khushi East Indian dancer
Khushboo Desai from Ahmedabab province of Gujarat in India, has been living in Regina for 2 years. She performs and choreographs Indian tradional dancing (Garba Bhangra) for several events and programs within Regina.
FadaDance exists to create, delight and inspire. It is their mandate to expand the boundaries of contemporary dance. They do so by making dance in Saskatchewan accessible to a wider audience, fostering the implementation of dance in alternative spaces and performing innovative dance works in traditional theatre settings. FadaDance is dedicated to training the next generation of contemporary dancers through their work with the FadaDance Youth Company. FadaDance School offers a unique approach to the study of dance through our creative and contemporary dance programs.
Terrance Littletent with the Kawacatoose boys
Born in Regina, Littletent is from the Kawacatoose Cree Nation where he inherited much of his traditional teachings through family and elders, singers and dancers, storytellers and academics. Terrance has traveled across Canada, the United States, and overseas, sharing his gift of song, dance, and narrative, in humble way. At the age of six, 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 was recognized as a World Renowned Hoop Dancer. As an educator, producer, and performer, Terrance continues to find ways to bridge traditional and contemporary dance.
Comedy Magic Show from Pat Roth
Pat Roth Entertainment has been serving laughs throughout Western Canada for over 20 years. Through tried and true techniques we have perfected the art of children entertainment – including that of older children! We supply top of the line entertainers for events, big or small
German Club Regina
The German Club was formed in 1955 and the current club house was opened in 1968 as a gathering place for the German community in Regina. Today the club welcomes people from all different backgrounds to come and experience the culture and cuisine of Germany in the heart of the city.
If you are interested in joining the group, who meet weekly to practice their performances; or are interested in having the men out to put on a performance, please contact the manger at the club 306-352-5897 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Word Up Performances
- Jun Casimsiman on Vocals (but he is not available to perform);
- Jeff Tuasic on Vocals and Rhythm;
- Richmark David on Lead;
- Girlie Legaspi on Rhythm;
- Mike Talosig on Bass; and
- Dexter Sacco on Drums
The Radicalz was formed on August 23, 2018 when they have to perform at the Pistang Pinoy (Filipino Feast) last year. Since then, they were actively performing in the local events and just this past long weekend, they got invited to perform in Saskatoon during a Brotherhood’s anniversary. The Radicalz has been a family, with their spouses being the band’s documentation team.
Regina Salseros Dance Class, founded in 2005, is the first Salsa school in Regina, Saskatchewan. Regina Salseros is dedicated to providing quality and affordable dance instruction to students at all skill levels. Our programs are detailed, fun and easy to follow. We provide a unique dancing experience with a focus on maintaining a growing dance community. We believe that maintaining a family environment where people can learn to dance, meet others and have fun, all while feeling comfortable, is the key to developing great dancers. Our goal is to not only teach interested students salsa techniques in order to give them confidence on the dance floor, but also to instill in them a life-long sense of self-worth, teamwork and respect for others.
Playing for Change Saskatchewan Band
The PFC Saskatchewan band was formed earlier this year as a local version of the Playing for Change Band. Playing For Change is a movement created to inspire, connect, and bring peace to the world through music. In 2005, they created the concept of the Songs Around The World by uniting together musicians from many different countries and cultures to perform on the same track. One of the organization’s most viral videos is the song “Stand by Me,” which has more than 100 million views. The band performs and raises money for children’s music schools around the world. Our local version is a rotating roster of performers that follows this concept of using music for positive social change.
Kris Alvarez is a Heritage resident and multi-disciplinary performance artist. Kris blends humour and heart to fuel creative programming for all ages. Her theatre practice includes participatory events that engage audiences in conversations about race and identity on the prairies. You may know her from her hugely successful variety shows “What Kind of Brown Are You?” and “Burnt Sienna.”
Mooky has performed for over three million spectators Worldwide. She was lead clown and creator in Cirque du Soleil’s Varekai, and has graced some of the most illustrious stages, including London’s Royal Albert Hall, the Sydney Opera House, Union Square Theatre in NYC, and the Bobino in Paris. A masterful physical comedienne, puppeteer, pianist and performer, Mooky is one of the funniest ladies working the international circuit today.