ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY RECOGNIZES STOMP IN ITS 50 GREATEST PRODUCTIONS
For its 25th anniversary issue, Entertainment Weekly created "The New Classics: Stage, 50 of the greatest productions since 1983," in which STOMP was featured with productions including "The Lion King," "Angels in America," and "Rent."
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."
EXCLUSIVE ULM INTERVIEW & PRIVATE REHEARSAL SCREENING WITH MARIVALDO DOS SANTOS OF STOMP!
"STOMP is a show that crosses multiple bounderies...I can make a rhythmic sound with almost anything, and STOMP allows us to show the audiences how much fun and easy it is to embrace music/sound/beats."
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."
STOMP: THERE IS MUSIC IN EVERY THING
"The only way to properly understand STOMP would be to see it live. From the very beginning of the performance there are random people who come on stage with random objects to make coordinated noise called music, perhaps just like it was thousands of years ago. STOMP takes us to the very origins of music and yet gives it a completely new definition."
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH REVIEW
Is it possible for eight performers to keep an audience entertained and engaged — for 90 minutes without fancy props, elaborate costumes or thoughtful lyrics? Yes, actually. "Stomp" continues to prove it, 15 years after the hit show began its Off-Broadway run.
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.
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.
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."