Photo credit: Stomp (Photo by Steve McNicholas)

‘Stomp’ to reopen in July, posting earliest New York theatre reopening date

Performances will resume at the Orpheum Theatre from July 20.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

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 played ever since.

When Stomp resumes performances, all cast, crew, audience members and staff at the Orpheum Theatre will have to prove they've received their Covid-19 vaccination.

With Stomp opening from July 20, Stomp will be the first production to open in New York with a full capacity audience. Discover all off-Broadway shows opening in 2021 here.

Broadway shows opening this summer include Pass Over at the August Wilson Theatre from August 4 and Hadestown at the Walter Kerr Theatre from September 2. 

Stomp is at the Orpheum Theatre from July 20.

Find out more about what's playing off-Broadway and how to get theatre tickets in New York. 

Photo credit: Stomp (Photo by Steve McNicholas)

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