Grades: 3rd – 8th
Curriculum Connections: Literature/Reading, Black History Month, Social Studies, Character Education, Music
Length: 60 minutes
Shaun Boothe is a one-man show that delivers a powerful and transformative message in a way that sticks, demonstrating the power of learning from the greats using hip-hop and multimedia. Shaun highlights both the struggles and achievements of greats such as Muhammad Ali, Oprah, Nelson Mandela and Malala Yousafzai. Learning from these legends, students examine their own strengths and goals, with take-away actionable lessons with which to energize their lives. Shaun’s unique talk gives life to some of the greatest stories of our time delivered with the contagious energy of hip-hop.
Tickets are $8, with one free ticket for every 20 paid tickets.
Call (630) 942-2200 to make your reservation!
This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.