BOOM is an explosive solo performance that documents the music, culture and politics that shaped the Baby Boomers (1945-1969). BOOM takes us through 25 turbulent years, and gives voice to over a 100 influential politicians, activists and musicians. It’s a mind-blowing experience for audiences of all generations. More about BOOM
Picking up where BOOM left off at Woodstock in ’69, Rick time travels by way of multimedia up to 1995. Some classic BOOM characters reappear (Elvis gets fat, Lennon gets shot, and Reagan gets elected), but the focus moves from his mother to his own story. The production follows Generation X as they navigate the tangled legacy of the baby boom. More about BOOM X
The BOOM trilogy
Three explosive solo stage shows chronicling 75 years of history: BOOM, BOOM X, and BOOM Z
From the creative team behind MacHomer and Bigger Than Jesus, comes the BOOM trilogy: a series of three explosive solo performances that collectively document the music, culture and politics of the years 1945-2020. BOOM, the first show in the trilogy, covers the Baby Boom generation (1945-69), and was the most presented new play in Canada. BOOM X, premiering in 2019, moves on to Generation X, and documents the years 1970-1995. Finally, BOOM Z (now in development) will bring us to the present day, spanning the years 1996-2020. All in all, the plays will cover 75 years of history, through unforgettable storytelling, award-winning multimedia, and the voices of over 300 influential figures and musicians. Each show is a mind-blowing experience, and a perfect way to reach audiences of all generations.
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