Actor/playwright/director/musician Curtis Peeteetuce believes the arts are about expression, entertainment, education and empowerment. Utilizing a foundation of Cree culture, language and history, Curtis shares a performance-based presentation that will engage students through storytelling, theatre activities and accomplished works. The workshop is concluded with an inspired non-verbal, movement based storytelling piece titled “Immemorial”. This broadcast program is designed for those with little or no training in theatre
- Art Strand: Drama
- Broadcast length: 45 minutes.
- Off camera hands-on teacher guided activity: approximately 45-60 min.
- Date and time: April 28, 2022
- Grade 3: 10:00-11:45am
- Grade 5: 1:15-3:00pm
- Host School: Princess Alexandra (Saskatoon)
- Register below for the Revisited & Live Q&A
Teacher Guides and Resources
Artist Biography: Curtis Peeteetuce
Curtis is Cree from the Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation. He is an award winning actor, celebrated playwright and writer, director, musician, educator, and the list goes on. He has been a fixture in the provincial theatre for years and had the honour of working with many talented artists in theatre, radio drama, music and film. In December 2020, he was also the first “Artist-in-Isolation” at Wanuskewin. Curtis dedicates all his efforts and accomplishments to his beautiful son Mahihkan. Special thanks to family and friends for years of support! Nanaskimon.
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