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Stomp - New York NY FAQs

Off-Broadway STOMP

Come see the international sensation STOMP in New York City! This incredible show has been thrilling audiences for over 30 years with its unique blend of percussion, movement, and visual spectacle. This electrifying show has been seen by millions of people all over the world. If you're looking for a night of excitement and entertainment, STOMP is the show for you!

Off-Broadway’s STOMP is a one-of-a-kind performance. The show is performed by a group of energetic multi-talented artists who use everyday objects like brooms, garbage cans, and even Zippo lighters to bend your conception of music, dance, and theatre. STOMP NYC is an experience you don’t want to miss. No two shows are ever the same, as there’s a fair portion of audience participation (don’t worry - no one's ever singled out!), so be sure you will get an exceptional show crafted just for you!

The bright lights, the energy of the crowd, and the world-class performers all come together to create a memorable experience. Whether you're a family looking for a fun outing or a group of friends looking for a night out in the town, it is the perfect destination.  STOMP is a must-see for anyone, from kids to grandparents alike. Get your tickets today!

Yes, group tickets can be purchased for STOMP in NYC. Book your Broadway tickets online through our group ticketing system, it makes your planning, booking, and purchasing experiences quick and easy. We are always there to help with any additional queries.

The minimum number of seats required to qualify for discount group ticket rates for Stomp is 10.

The off-Broadway STOMP is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes long, with no intermission.

STOMP is open to all ages, however, children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

STOMP is playing at the Orpheum Theatre in New York. This theatre has been a popular destination for tourists and locals alike for over a century. It is wowing audiences with its stunning architecture and world-class performances. This venue is home to a variety of performances, including music concerts, dance recitals, theatrical productions, and an amazing show STOMP

The Orpheum Theatre’s capacity is 299.

The seating chart for the Orpheum Theatre can be found on our website.

View the Orpheum Theatre seating chart

The Orpheum Theatre is a small venue, so there is not a bad seat in the house. Generally speaking, seats that are closer to the stage tend to be considered better than those that are further away. 

The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.

The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.


The best time to arrive at the theatre is typically at the same time the doors open. This will give you enough time to find your seat and get settled before the show starts. This is typically 30 minutes prior to the performance. If you want to avoid lines at the theatre you might consider arriving 20 minutes before curtain. By that time any potential lines will have dwindled.


There is no specific dress code for STOMP, but we recommend dressing comfortably and wearing clothes suitable for the occasion. A good rule of thumb is to dress like you would for a concert.

Broadway Inbound is an official source for buying group tickets. We offer group discounts for most Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, including STOMP.

We do our best to make sure that all people that come together sit close together. However, to ensure the best availability on your preferred date, please order your group tickets in advance. This will increase the chances that your group won’t have to be split up.

STOMP is an Off-Broadway show that is sure to entertain. It is a high-energy performance that features a unique blend of percussion and movement. The performers use a variety of everyday objects to create a variety of rhythms and sounds. This is a show that is fun for all ages and is sure to leave the audience wanting more.

Yes, apart from group tickets we offer activities you could add to your visit. We are sure that you’d be excited to come peek behind the curtains or learn more about this magical world of theater from the best of the best at our workshops. You may also enjoy visiting The Museum of Broadway opening in November of 2022.

New York City has cultivated one of the most unique theatre communities in the world. Doesn’t matter if you come to see a show Off-Broadway or in one of Broadway's 41 venues, you will equally experience the unifying, welcoming atmosphere of theatre and will be taken through vivid, captivating stories that won’t leave you indifferent. Looking for things to do in New York City? There's always something going on in the Big Apple, from classic Broadway musicals to experimental theatre. Don't miss out on the newest and hottest shows in town!