In Theatre only
Presented in collaboration with the Regina Folk Festival
I'm Gonna Play Loud: Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect focuses on the musical experiences of GRR! on the organizers, musicians, and volunteer women, and non-binary people involved, and how this grass roots activism is impacting those involved, as well as helping to facilitate tangible change in the local music scenes in Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada).
Dr Charity Marsh (she/her) is Professor in Creative Technologies, Director of the Humanities Research Institute, and Director of the Interactive Media and Performance Labs at the University of Regina (Canada). Her research and creative practice focuses on popular music, hip hop cultures, gender and technology, media arts, and activism. Currently, Marsh is producing, Take Up Space, You Matter!, a nationally funded project focusing on fostering (re)connection after the pandemic through trauma-informed community arts programming. Marsh is co-editor of We Still Here: Hip Hop North of the 49th Parallel and director of the award-winning documentary, I’m Gonna Play Loud: Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect.