Review "Stomp": Who needs instruments? Stomp has trashcan lids!

Broadway in Chicago presents


Created/directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas
Bank of America Theatre, 18 W. Monroe (map)
Thru May 2nd | tickets: $17-$55  |  more info

Reviewed by Katy Walsh

JumpBrooms, garbage lids, paint cans: the makings for an award-winning show are in the garage. Broadway in Chicago presents STOMP, an entertaining spectacle about the percussionist potential of everyday items. In 1991, Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas introduced STOMP at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre. Nearly twenty years  later, it has played in over 350 cities in 36 countries, won multiple awards, and spun off into films, commercials and other stage versions. The original smash hit, STOMP, is touring with the old favorites tweaked and two additional full-scale numbers. For the next several days, STOMP will be sweeping Chicago off their feet with their flawless synchronized rhythmic beat.


Check out the rest of the review at Chicago Theater Blog.

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