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Rotating cast of eight drummers pounds out beats on household instruments during award-winning show
Anthropologists speculate that percussion instruments were the first musical devices ever created, as evidenced by cave paintings of triangle-playing Neanderthals and fossils of raptors petrified in the middle of drum solos. Indulge in ancient rhythms with this deal to see Stomp at the Orpheum Theater. For $39, you get one ticket for best-available seating at the time of redemption (up to a $78 value, including fees). This deal is valid for any of the following shows:
Tuesday, September 4–Sunday, September 30:
Monday, October 1–Thursday, November 1:
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. The 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.