- $42 for one ticket to see STOMP (up to $71.15 value)
- When: December 21–29
- Where: Saban Theatre
- Seating: rear-orchestra or mezzanine section
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
A rotating cast of eight spirited performers builds rhythms within the framework of rudimentary narratives during STOMP, an Off-Broadway, percussion-heavy experience. Ranked as one of Entertainment Weekly's 50 Best Plays and Musicals from 1983 to 2008, STOMP has impressed beat-embracing crowds since 1994. Its performers employ household instruments such as hammers, garbage-can lids, and sitars with strings of discarded dental floss, enchanting audiences with a unique fusion of musical theater, comedy, and performance art. Like a marriage ceremony between two mimes, the 90-minute performance occurs without dialogue or an intermission.
When Fox West Coast Theaters opened this beautiful art-deco venue in 1930, the company dubbed it the Fox Wilshire and used it for first-run screenings. One of Los Angeles's most elegant cinema houses, the building hosted such events as the 1953 world premiere of How to Marry a Millionaire, which saw attendance by Marilyn Monroe and Humphrey Bogart, and Stevie Nicks's 1981 White Winged Dove tour, which saw attendance by Stevie Nicks. Other big-name performers to have graced Saban's stage since its renovation in the 1980s include Billy Crystal, Sigur Rós, Taylor Swift, Dave Chapelle, and Sonic Youth.
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