Bombogenisis: A Musical

 collaborator + performer 

Bombogensis is a meteorological euphemism for "explosive cyclogenesis," which describes a rapidly intensifying, midlatitude weather pattern. Most commonly a maritime and wintertime event that's also latitude dependent, bombogensis is caused by a deepening extratropical cyclonic low-pressure area, resulting in massive, often "explosive" storms marked by strengthening winds, high precipitation rates, and even thundersnow. In the context of the SCA's Theatre MainStage production, however, Bombogensis is also a musical. This is a newly devised work of musical theatre that blusters and blows equally across the hilly topography of Austria, Hollywood, and the Lower Mainland.  

Direction by Steven Hill

Lighting design by John MacFarlane

Costume design by Megan Chai, Janice Ma

Set design by Rita Wei, Tian Li

Projection design by Ilvs Strauss

Music composing by Cheryl Olvera, Matteus Brown

Stage Managment by Merve Talya Kuran

Photos by Paula Viitanen

February 28 - March 9, 2019

Theatre Mainstage

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Vancouver, Canada 

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