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Ecstatic Performers Flock To STOMP Auditions As Off-Broadway Readies Return
Hundreds of pent-up New Yorkers turned out for the chance at a spot in the long-running percussion performance, slated to return on July 20th.
STOMP Prepares to Get Rowdy Again
The off-Broadway classic will once more make music from combs, lighters, and garbage can lids.
Javier Bardem, Jon Bon Jovi & More Get In on the Beat for STOMP's 25th Anniversary
In honor of STOMP's milestone, a slew of high-profile names including Javier Bardem, Jon Bon Jovi, Quincy Jones, Tommy Lee and Bill Irwin recently lent their talents to the spirit of STOMP with an energetic birthday video.
Garrett and Sam From The Elvis Duran Show Visit STOMP
The STOMP cast taught Garrett and Sam some of their favorite numbers from the show and they all absolutely killed it!
Happy 25th Anniversary to STOMP!
Read why NEW YORK FAMILY thinks STOMP is a riveting and rocking show for the whole family.
Hear STOMP Co-Creators Discuss Its 25th Anniversary on WNYC
Listen as Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas discuss STOMP's long history in NYC, and what it means to them that the mayor declared February 27th STOMP Day!
Watch the TODAY SHOW team perform with the cast of STOMP
STOMP, an off-Broadway show mixing percussion, movement and visual comedy, has been making music with everyday items for 25 years. To celebrate its success, the TODAY team goes behind the scenes for a private lesson. Plus, the STOMP cast performs live.
Celebrate STOMP's 25th Anniversary with Five Backstage Secrets
STOMP performer Simeon Weedall takes us backstage for Five Secrets about the long-running off-Broadway production.
STOMP Turns 25. Here Are 10 Things You Didn’t Know About It.
There’s more to STOMP than banging on a can. Ask George Lucas, Hillary Clinton — and the performer who’s been doing it for 20 years.
GEORGE TO THE RESCUE
STOMP Gets a Surprise Dressing Room Transformation
SNL DIGITAL SHORT: STOMP
A STOMP musical routine breaks out in a police precinct, but is interrupted by alien-like visitors.
ASTONISHING RHYTHM AND NEW PERSPECTIVES: STOMP RULES OFF-BROADWAY
STOMP has been running Off-Broadway since 1994 and it's clear why it has been so successful for over seventeen years.
STOMP AUDITIONERS NEED TO BRING "SPIRIT" TO THE STAGE
This is not a show where you are told what to dance and you just follow the lead. You have to bring your own creativity to the job.
BEHIND THE SCENES: MAKING MUSIC AT STOMP
Broadway.com decided to seek some secrets behind this long-running hit, and we were welcomed to the Orpheum stage by Stephanie Marshall and other members of the STOMP crew as they warmed up before the show.
STOMPING THROUGH THE DECADES
Entertaining on multiple levels, great for families as well as couples and singles, STOMP is a shot of fun made for everyone.
LURING LEBRON WITH SONG
New York's campaign to woo free-agent basketball star LeBron James...(is) a chance for the arts to connect with popular culture.
ANYTHING CAN BE A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
There's one question to ask when considering an 18-year-old percussion/street theatre phenomenon known as STOMP that's been here three, maybe even four times - what the hell are they going to bang on this time? Garbage cans? Zippo lighters? Kitchen sinks? Been there, dented that.
MEMBERS OF STOMP PERFORM AT THE FOOD BANK
Take a mixing bowl. A box of Grape Nuts. A shopping cart. An empty water jug. A biscuit tin, two coffee cups, one bell, one stool, one cake tray, a mixing bowl, a green plastic garbage bin, a milk crate and a Calgary Food Bank donation bucket, add a few members of the cast of STOMP and what have you got? A lunch-hour concert like no other.
STOMP'S MOVES TOUGH TO BEAT
The musical extravaganza STOMP, which opened at the Jubilee auditorium, is positive proof that sound, movement and laughter are all universal languages. There is not a word spoken in the 100 minutes of Stomp, but that doesn't mean that the Jubilee stage isn't alive with drumming and stomping.
STOMP: MUCH MORE THAN NOISE
There's a temptation to think of STOMP as loud and chaotic. To be fair, there is some noise. In the course of the 90-minute show, at the Aronoff through Sunday, the eight performers make music with dustpans, rusty metal signs, ladders, folding chairs, boxes of kitchen matches, paper bags, garbage cans, oil drums and yes, even a quartet of kitchen sinks.
STOMP IS A SHOW GREATER THAN THE DRUMMING OF ITS PARTS
FORT WORTH — STOMP celebrates that most primal of musical instincts: Take one surface. Put it in contact with another. And presto, a rhythm is born.