Chancz Perry is an interdisciplinary artist who shares Globe Theatre’s programming with Regina’s community schools and partner organizations. The program provides teachers and students with tools to creatively explore curriculum through improvisation.  The exercises engage participants in exploring ideas through inquiry-based learning, building positive relationships, and encouraging students to take risks while navigating uncharted territories. This broadcast is designed for those with minimal or no training in theatre.

  • Art Strand: Drama
  • Broadcast length: 45 min.
  • Off camera hands-on teacher guided activity: approximately 45-60 min.
  • Grades: 3-8
  • in partnership with the Globe Theatre


 

Broadcast Dates

  • January 23, 2018: Grades 7-8
    9:45-10:30am live broadcast
    + post-broadcast activity (see Teacher Guide)
  • January 23, 2018: Grades 5-6
    1:30-2:15pm live broadcast
    + post-broadcast activity (see Teacher Guide)
  • January 24, 2018: Grade 4
    9:45-10:30am live broadcast
    + post-broadcast activity (see Teacher Guide)
  • January 24, 2018: Grade 3
    1:30-2:15pm live broadcast
    + post-broadcast activity (see Teacher Guide)

Thank you to Imperial School, Regina for hosting these broadcasts.

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Teacher Guides and Resources

 

Artist Biography: Chancz Perry

CHANCZ PERRY attended Simon Fraser University, the University of Ghana, the Broadway Dance Centre, and the University of Regina. He holds a BFA in Dance, and a BA in Criminology. He has spent over 30 years in the entertainment industry – on stage, screen, and behind the scenes. This multifaceted performer and choreographer has received numerous awards and his film and theatre credits include Mr.Magoo, Bye Bye Birdie, Charlie Horse Music Pizza, West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate, and Five Guys Named Moe. While continuing his practice as an interdisciplinary artist, Chancz works as a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina. He is the Globe Theatre School’s Educational Outreach Facilitator, who bring creation based theatre programming to organizations and community schools; and the Shumiatcher Sandbox Series Coordinator, who helps to platform new theatrical creations. Chancz is currently completing a Master of Curriculum and Instruction (MEd EC&I) at the U of R.