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STOMP, The Electrifying, High Energy Show Is A Must See In NYC

Whether it be brooms, garbage cans, or Zippo lighters, anything can turn into a musical instrument at STOMP. This crowd’s favorite show utilizes everyday objects as instruments to create the universal language of rhythm and sound.

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From mops and brooms to shopping carts and plastic bags, STOMP performers use everything they see in sight to create the rhythm of music in this 90-minute of nonstop, high-energy show. STOMP is a percussive symphony, coupled with dance and played entirely on unconventional instruments.

During this witty and wordless show, attendees will experience the true rhythm of New York City as the talented, eight-member cast create beautiful sound using everyday objects like Zippo lighters, push brooms, wooden poles, hammer handles, garbage cans, inner tubes, and kitchen sink.

The show also involves audience engagement, encouraging them to clap along to the beat of the music. Not even a minute goes by with you feeling bored in this electrifying show - good for people of all ages.

Created in Brighton, UK in 1991, STOMP opened at the Orpheum Theatre in NYC in 1994 and continues to perform on the same stage today. Since its debut, STOMP has mesmerized crowds worldwide during its tours across the world.

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