Even though Governor Cuomo stated that theatres can reopen with full capacity from September 14, some shows have posted a reopening date before then. Stomp is the latest show to announce a reopening, with performances at the Orpheum Theatre from July 20. Find out more about Stomp tickets in New York here.Stomp celebrates the percussion music that can derive from non-typical instruments, such as buckets, sticks and garbage can lids. The production opened at the Orpheum Theatre in 1994, where it's...
Stomp is open at the Orpheum Theatre from July 20. Stomp tickets in New York are on sale now. Book Stomp tickets now.
Stomp is one of the first productions to reopen with full capacity in New York, following Springsteen on Broadway. Off-Broadway's long-running entertainment spectacle Stomp continues to celebrate the art of street theatre and rhythm at the Orpheum Theatre. Stomp began performances in New York in 1994 and has continued its acclaimed run at the Orpheum ever since.
Stomp is a British-created show, and was conceived by Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell in Brighton, England. When Stomp premiered in New York, the Stomp show won a Drama Desk Award for Most Unique Theatrical Experience. Feel the pulsating rhythm of New York City and see Stomp in New York now.
(Photos by Steve McNicholas)
Stomp is a high-energy, percussive symphony, coupled with dance, played entirely on non-traditional instruments, such as garbage can lids, buckets, brooms and sticks.
1hr 45min, no intermission
February 18th, 1994
July 20th, 2021
June 26th, 2022
February 18th, 1996
Cast and creative
By: Luke Cresswell & Steve McNicholas
Director: Lucas Cresswell & Steve McNicholas
Producer: Yes/No Productions
Cast list: Alan Ascunsion, Jordan Brooks, Kayla Cowart, Joshua Cruz, Marivaldo dos Santos, John Gavin, Desmond Howard, Jasmine Joyner, Cary Lamb Jr, Sean Perham, Tamii Sakurai, Reggie Talley
Lighting: Steve McNicholas & Neil Tiplady