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Stomp - Off-Broadway

Ordinary objects become musical instruments in this rhythmic explosion.

Secrets of Stomp: How the Cast Makes Music with Brooms, Matchbooks & More

Stomp has been drawing crowds to the Orpheum Theatre on NYC’s Lower East Side since 1994. This irresistible show makes audiences feel the beat as the cast uses brooms, pipes, garbage can lids, matchbooks, hand-clapping and (of course) stomping to make music. 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. Click on, and get ready to tap your toes at Stomp.

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