This family-friendly percussion show has been a part of New York's theatre scene since 1994 and uses everyday objects to celebrate the power of rhythm and the sheer joy of banging on things. More…
Matchboxes, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and more fill the stage with energizing beats at 'Stomp,' the inventive and invigorating stage show that's dance, music and theatrical performance blended together in one electrifying rhythm.
See it if You're looking for a fun evening! Great music made in very unusual ways.
Don't see it if You're looking for a show with a story or you don't like to ROCK!
See it if you like shows like blue man group. Stomp makes the best out of percussion. It has some very funny interaction with the audience.
Don't see it if it is blue man group lite. It gets boring at some points. all the clanging gets old after a while.
See it if you need a life-affirming burst of unbound sound & vision and enthusiastic athleticism. You can't leave w/o a spring in your step & a smile.
Don't see it if you expect character development, a storyline, plot turns, etc. This is an entertainment piece, not a traditional theatre piece.
See it if you like creative dance & the sound of basic metal objects banging together, imagined a broom as a dancing partner, appreciate percussion
Don't see it if you don't like plot-less, voiceless shows, loud banging noises disturb you, dislike precision movements or having to keep eyes on stage
See it if You want something different. You want non-traditional music & staging. You want to have fun.
Don't see it if You're expecting a plot-there is none. You want a traditional theatre show. You don't want to go downtown. You want something serious.
See it if loud is your thing! Energetic young people make music with unexpected objects like brooms. Everyone has a good time.
Don't see it if loud is not your thing. This about noise! Also try to to sit at least 6 rows back to avoid getting dust in your eyes when they sweep.
See it if You've always been interested, but somewhat hesitant about seeing it. You can't not be entertained.
Don't see it if You're more interested in seeing a musical with a plot.
See it if you like percussion with a twist. very inventive ways and means of using percussion
Don't see it if You don't enjoyed a show about percussion or you don't like a loud show. This show is very noisy!
See it if You like unusual shows using non-traditional instruments and are not bothered by a performance that is more concert than a play.
Don't see it if you only want to see traditional shows. Stomp is totally original, something you have probably never seen before.
See it if You like percussion, inventive staging, street theater, "music" made from found objects. This is a clever evening - not a typical musical.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy street musicians, are expecting singing or dancing, want a "book" musical, don't like "gritty", didn't enjoy Billy Elliot.
See it if // Stomp is a classic but is starting to look a little bit dated. Still a good family excursion with a lot of rhythm.
Don't see it if you need a show with a plot or want to hear more than percussion.
See it if you love dance / percussion shows. There is no story, and no singing. Wonderful creative choreography. Very high energy.
Don't see it if You don't want a percussion concert. Are looking for a book musical. Also, this ran about 20 min too long. Or it needed more variety.
See it if LOUD excitement, no heavy thinking, rhythmic, powerful & fascinating sounds would fit the bill. Great for ALL ages; TOTALLY family-friendly.
Don't see it if you want traditional theater. Give this a shot anyway! It's in the small & historic Orpheum (where "Little Shop" lived); great acoustics.
See it if A funky rhythms and beats symphony of working class life, varying from trash cans to our own hands. Making beauty from what's free on the st
Don't see it if Percussion annoys you. All sounds, no words or plot. Little dated, reflects grungier times in NY, which is pretty gentrified now.
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See it if Stomp has been running for decades. I only saw it recently. I loved it, fresh, dynamic, original for its time.
Don't see it if It is not a traditional "show" with dance and music. It is a large group of very talented performers making art with found objects.
See it if your looking for a fun time and enjoy up beat performances with lots of percussion.
Don't see it if need stories to go with your music or are not a fan of percussions.
See it if you enjoy creative & clever percussion with everyday objects. Fans of "Blue Man" will enjoy this. (I've seen it 3X) Bring out-of-towners
Don't see it if Loud, clanging garbage can lids are not your thing.