I can't say enough good things about this production LEGACY - I saw it last Fall at the African American Museum in Philadelphia - and it was wonderful - great for our youth, and a wonderful reminder for those of us who discount the relevancy and currency of our history and contribution to the world - and nimbly portrayed by local youth in Philadelphia.
We had reached out to the Shabazz sisters, daughters of Malcolm X, at the time to come and see this wonderful production, while it's in circulation - it pays homage to their father as a youth. Likewise, the King family would be very gratified to see how well their venerable dad is portrayed as a rising youngster.
In all, LEGACY'S message has broad appeal and relevancy across the spectrum of our people. Pull the kids away from the video games and TV and take them to see something real - with real children involved in real activities, using their real God given talents; it just might be the catalyst to help them begin using their own talents as well.
Stay Blessed &
BLACK THEATRE IS ALIVE THRIVING IN OUR COMMUNITIES!!!!
PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!!
AND BE THERE!!!!
Kama- Sahlor's own Jaron Hopkins and Justin Booker are featured in the Childhoods Lost Entertainment Group's production of LEGACY on Saturday, February 27th at 2:30pm at ENON'S FAMILY LIFE CENTER, 2800 Cheltenham Ave., Philadelphia, PA!!
A must see.
FREE ADMISSION!This is a link from the Legacy production presented at the African- American Museum of Philadelphia on Oct 25, 2015 https://youtu.be/ALapneOC8Ls 
FOR ADDITIONAL INFO CONTACT:
Childhoods Lost Entertainment Group
Lisa Hopkins, Theatrical Consultant/ Booking Agent