Stomp Ticket Information
Since its stage debut in 1991, Stomp has captivated thousands of theatergoers worldwide with its innovative, energetic approach to percussion. Showcasing unique beats in everything from a bouncing basketball to sweeping brooms, Stomp is a mesmerizing, perfectly choreographed live show that finds music in the most unlikely of places. Whether you’re looking for Stomp tickets for the main production in New York or want to catch the show on tour, Vivid Seats has a wide selection of options available in our marketplace. If you’d like assistance as you find your seats for this one-of-a-kind theatrical production, get in touch with our customer service team via Live Chat or phone (866.848.8499).
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Stomp Background Information
Stomp was created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. The show specializes in combining percussion tones, dance, and comedy into one spectacular stage performance. The show originated in the United Kingdom in 1991 out of a ten year collaboration between Cresswell and McNicholas. Stomp began its run in the United States at the Orpheum Theatre in New York in 1994. The same year, The Olivier Awards gave the production an award for “Best Choreography” and a nomination for “Best Entertainment” and it also won a Drama Desk Award for “Most Unique Theatre Experience.” Stomp has since become famous for its approach in music using garbage can lids and other ordinary objects to create a wondrous score completely unique in its own right. For example, in one show the performers made music with eight bananas.