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Actor, Gabriel Dumont's Wild West Show

Krystle Pederson

“It has been a great privilege being a part of this amazing production. Working with this amazing team of people and exploring history together has been a great adventure. Many things to be learned and developed. So exciting! Ladies and gentlemen, hold onto your seats: you’re in for a spectacular adventure!”

Krystle Pederson is a Cree/Métis singer, dancer, actor and musician with a remarkable career launched at a very young age. Born with the gift of music, Krystle polished her skills in multidisciplinary performance and shared the stage with many accomplished artists. She is a recipient of the Sasktel Aboriginal Youth Award, and received the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards for Outstanding Emerging Artist and Outstanding Ensemble for her role in Sum Theatre’s Little Badger and the Fire Spirit. She has appeared in film (Run: Broken Yet Brave) and musical theatre (The [Post] Mistress by Tomson Highway), and has toured provincially and nationally with several productions by the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company. As an interdisciplinary artist, Krystle is a proud ambassador for Métis culture; she has performed as a singer and dancer at the John Arcand Fiddle Fest, and has taught Métis dance in schools and community groups in Saskatoon and across Saskatchewan. As a member of the Iskwew Singers, a women’s traditional hand drum group, she has appeared at the Yurame Festival in Mexico and at the Edmonton and Vancouver folk festivals. She was one of three finalists on Dakota Dunes Idol, and one of 100 finalists on Canadian Idol. She co-hosted the National Aboriginal Career Symposium in Ottawa with Dr. Evan Adams, performed at the 2001 Indspire Awards (formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards) in Edmonton, and represented the Métis at the 2010 Olympic torch relay in Saskatoon.