70th Red ‘N Black Revue 2019 Recap


New Brunswick’s longest running show.

Starting in March 1948 as a senior class project to raise money for their end-of-the-year grad party, Red ‘n Black Revue has taken off and become nationally recognized as a celebration of talent and spirit here at UNB.

The Show

Co-Emcees: Val Reeves and Zach Dunseith

Mitch Rayner
UNB Alumnus, Fredericton native, singer-songwriter 

Tawoma Martinez
Women’s Traditional dance

Mallory Parsons & Kyra Lake
Singer-songwriter duo, one current student, one alumna 

Nepali Bhojpuri Dance
Ojaswi and Jharana perform a traditional dance from Nepal

Brass Monkey Aerial Performance
Professional cirque group

Emily McMillan
Third-year Nursing student performs an original poetry piece

Anton Benfey & Neil Morash
Musical duo sharing their take on some classic songs 

Alex Landine
Two-time alumnus, current employee at UNB, “Kind of like Josh Groban, but from New Brunswick”

Kyanna Kingbird, Serena Perley-Kingbird, & Precious Dedam
Women’s Fancy Shawl dance

Wambli Martinez
Men’s Grass dance 

Marcel Pefang & Maria Mason
Pianist and cellist student duo

Tibbits Family Band
Five students across 3.5 faculties share their love of music

Benz Trani & Jeremiah Sabino
Acoustic duo, two international students from Philippines

Amanda Reid Rogers
UNB’s Piluwitahasuwin performs the Strong Woman song 

Chinese Lion Dance
Richard Du, Timothy Li, Jasmine Eng perform magical tradition of Chinese culture 

Dr. Patrick Reynolds
Mathematics professor, singer-songwriter

Kickline: A Tribute to 1948
A long-standing tradition and Red ‘n Black Revue classic!

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