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SHAUN BOOTHE - School Performance

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Oakville Centre, Willson Auditorium

Every Day Heroes

Recommended for grades K to 8

What does it mean to be a hero? By taking a closer look at the character traits of popular heroes like Terry Fox, astronaut Chris Hadfield and teenage female activist Malala Yousafzai, this musical presentation explores the answer to this question. Confidence, kindness, courage, compassion – all heroes share certain universal characteristics. With that being said, we can find everyday heroes just about everywhere. In fact, every one of us has a hero within!
 

 

Ticket Information

Tickets: $5 per seat

One complementary seat will be provided with the purchase of ten.

To purchase tickets, contact Claudia Stampone at 905-338-4161 ext.3212 or email Claudia.Stampone@oakville.ca.

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Additional Information


With a message designed specifically for younger audiences, Shaun’s Everyday Heroes’ school show includes the performance of three hip-hop biography videos as well as his uplifting song Everyday Hero. Shaun’s hip-hop lyrics are 100% school-friendly, free of vulgarity.

CURRICULUM FOCUS:

  • Inspiration through the lives of people who have achieved greatness in spite or because of tremendous challenges
  • Demonstrating how the urban art form of hip hop can inspire youth to see their own paths to success
  • Demonstrating the time and effort needed to research and present the biographies of famous people

About Shaun Boothe

Shaun Boothe is an award winning hip hop artist and the creator of The Unauthorized Biography Series, a critically acclaimed musical project that celebrates the world’s greatest cultural icons through biographical rap songs. Having already made a name for himself with his conceptual and highly interactive performances, Shaun then built on the success of the Bio Series, breaking new grounds as a lecturer across campuses nationwide, thanks to his striking skills as an orator (he is a TEDx speaker).
 

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