Stomp: Captivating Audiences For 19 Years

Laughter, movement, and music are universal languages in the global hit Stomp, celebrating 19 years at New York’s Orpheum Theater. TheaterMania gets a sneak peak at some new routines and speaks exclusively with some of its featured performers on what it is that makes the show continue to evolve, sizzle, and surprise. Stomp has been seen by 25 million people in 40 countries, having played all over the world from China to South Africa, from The Acropolis to the Academy Awards and the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympics. Performers make music with household and industrial objects finding new life as musical instruments, all proving that this is a show — no matter how old you are or what language you speak — that speaks to everyone.

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