STOMP in New York Tickets
Get your STOMP in New York tickets in advance. STOMP is an Off-Broadway show in New York. It isn’t a musical, but a great spectacle full of music and dance. Performed at the Orpheum Theater it’s ideal for groups consisting of people who like to visit Broadway shows, as well as people who don’t like musicals. Music is made with non-traditional instruments, such as buckets, brooms, newspapers, and matches.
Unfortunately, this show has closed
Improvised Instruments and a Humorous Twist
The show, already an enormous success in the entertainment world since 1994, is being performed in a small hall of the Orpheum Theatre. It’s all bursting with energy, the only disadvantage might be your ringing ears after the one-and-a-half-hour-long show. It’s quite a cacophony, but those who like music, rhythm, and dance have come to the right place. STOMP’s cast is creative and very talented as well.
Due to the fact that STOMP isn’t a spoken performance, it’s very suitable for kids who don’t understand English very well yet. Instead of using their voice, the actors use their improvised instruments and their body. All this is topped with a humorous twist.
An Overwhelming Experience for all Ages
In this show, the emphasis is not so much on the story, but more on the experience. This makes it a show for all ages as well. This experience is downright overwhelming by the way. You can’t help but wonder about the amount of time these people had to practise, to master this perfect synchrony. But you won’t get a moment to ponder before you know it they’re starting a new rhythm and you’ll hear a new unexpected ‘instrument’.
Impressive Live Performance
Since it’s such a popular show, you might have already seen parts of it on television. Still, it’s worth seeing the show live, because of the intensity and power you’ll feel there you won’t experience at home in front of your television. The advantage of home viewing though is that you won’t be bothered by the dust swept into the air by brooms!
- Minimum age: Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
- Duration: Approximately 1 hour 45 minutes
- Location: Orpheum Theater, 126 2nd Avenue