One man’s trash really can be another man’s treasure. At least that’s the lesson you might take from Stomp the durable New York-based stage show that has become a long-running institution in a city where sticking power can be hard to come by.
About to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its New York premiere, Stomp has endured, not thanks to high-priced sets and effects, but from wielding everyday objects like brooms, garbage cans and wooden poles to create a wordless percussive explosion onstage. And let’s not forget the 150 or so performers who have smacked their way in and out of its cast.
As the show celebrates a quarter century in New York, here are 10 things you might not know about Stomp. Click here to READ MORE.