Six Lifetimes

By Lydia Baxter There are six living generations in America right now, and the Baby Boomers are one of the most influential. There are no two generations alike, though some do say that history repeats itself. Here’s a breakdown of what each of these six living generations are known for. The “Greatest Generation” – AKA the “GI Generation” • Born between 1901 and 1925 • … Continue reading Six Lifetimes

Musicals Set in the “Good Ole’ Days”

By Jenna Tonsor Some consider the 18 years that the Baby Boomers were born from 1946 to 1964 to be “the golden era,” and it has been a source of inspiration for numerous mediums of art, from novels like Stand by Me by Stephen King, to movies like The Sandlot. Theatre is no exception—especially not musical theatre, which has explored a variety of beloved plots … Continue reading Musicals Set in the “Good Ole’ Days”

The Generation (And Their Music) That Got The World All Shook Up

by Jenna Tonsor In the U.K., they’re best known as the Bulge. In Canada, they’re called the Boomies. But here in the US, we know them as the Baby Boomers. FST’s newest original Cabaret, The Wonder Years: The Music of the Baby Boomers, celebrates the generation responsible for Apollo 11, Ovaltine, and some of the best music of all time. Come experience—either for the first … Continue reading The Generation (And Their Music) That Got The World All Shook Up