Why See Stomp?
You Won't believe Your Ears!
A worldwide phenomenon, Stomp is unlike any show you've ever seen (or heard). The show features a rotating cast of hugely talented performers, who conjure up heart-pounding music on an array of everyday household objects, including brooms, garbage can lids, vacuum cleaners, hammers and much much more. Add some wicked dancing and choreography to the mix and you've got Stomp!
What is Stomp?
Created way back in 1991 in Brighton, England by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, Stomp has new been seen by millions of people worldwide. It premiered on Broadway in 1994, and some of the show's most memorable moments also include performing 'Cecilia' with Paul Simon on Late Night and playing at the Olympics Opening Ceremony of London 2012. So if you've ever found yourself absent-mindedly tapping out a rhythm on your desk at work, or your fridge door as you figure out what to eat for dinner, go check out Stomp to see how it's really done! The show plays National Theater in Washington, DC, Closed February 9, 2014
Opening night: 4 February 2014
Stomp is suitable for all ages. It's loud and proud, so if you have sensitive hearing, you may wish to bring earplugs to protect your ears
90 minutes with no intermission
Cast and Creative
Creators and Directors by Lucas Cresswell and Steve McNicholas
Lighting Designer by Steve McNicholas and Neil Tiplady
What you thought
7 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)
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