STOMP performed its final show at the Orpheum Theatre in NYC on January 8, 2023.
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Group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more through BroadwayGPS.com.
As a courtesy, unused tickets may be used for a future performance unless the show is likely to sell out or if it’s on a Blackout Date. Call the box office (646-918-7142) after 1 pm on the day you’d like to attend; they’ll let you know if your ticket can be used for an unsold seat.
STOMP is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. There is no intermission.
Because the cast changes frequently, STOMP does not send out autographed programs and pictures. Try your luck at the stage door after a performance!
At this time, STOMP does not perform at private events.
Requests for donations to fundraisers must be printed on a company letterhead and sent to the following address for consideration:
Attention: Stomp Company Manager
The Stomp Company LP
254 W 54th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10019
Get your STOMP merch at BroadwayStore.com!
Visit the North American Tour page and click the “Get Tickets” button next to your desired city to see that venue’s ticketing options.
Contact the Press Department of your local performing arts venue for information on booking interviews and other press-related requests.
Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
STOMP is the subject of the HBO Special STOMP OUT LOUD and Carousel Productions’ short film BROOMS (Sundance Film Festival Award Winner). The co-creators of STOMP, Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas also created music for the IMAX film Pulse, and the feature >em>RIOT by SHOWTIME. STOMP can also be heard on the track “STOMP” by Quincy Jones.
No, there will not be a STOMP soundtrack as the percussion and visuals of the show are inextricably linked.
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