Shaun Boothe’s ‘Reside Your Legacy’ involves the Fergus Grand Theatre

CENTRE WELLINGTON –The Fergus Grand Theatre is thrilled to current hip-hop biographer Shaun Boothe and his present Reside Your Legacy, a part of Boothe’s Unauthorized Biography Collection, on Nov. 11 at 2pm.

The Unauthorized Biography Collection is a critically acclaimed musical undertaking that celebrates the world’s biggest cultural icons by way of biographical rap songs – Repackaging Historical past by way of Hip-Hop.  

Half TED Speak, half reside live performance, Shaun makes use of music, multimedia, and motivation to ship highly effective and transformative messaging in a means that really resonates with audiences and leaves you impressed. 

Reside Your Legacy is tailor-made to empower, educate, and encourage college students and adults alike to appreciate their biggest potential. It options the tales of Terry Fox, Malala Yousafzai and Serena Williams. 

Shifting the main focus from the success on the finish of the highway, Boothe sheds gentle on the common-or-garden beginnings, obstacles, setbacks, and unbelievable challenges alongside the best way, displaying how laborious work, dedication and perseverance are wanted to succeed. 

“Celebrating our heroes, this excessive power present is full of messages of empowerment and inspiration,” organizers say. 

Boothe is an award-winning hip-hop artist and TEDx speaker. 

After spending 10+ years within the music business, sharing levels with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Lauryn Hill and Kendrick Lamar, a seek for a extra purposeful path led Boothe to create the Unauthorized Biography Collection, combining music along with his ardour for public talking  into a robust software to entertain and encourage others to realize their very own greatness.

This present is most fitted for households with youngsters 10 and up, and is the primary providing within the Fergus Grand Theatre’s 2023-24 household collection. Tickets are $35 for adults, and $25 for youngsters 12 and beneath, and can be found by calling the field workplace at 519-787-1981, or on-line at