‘Stomp’ To Return To Eisenhower Auditorium November 15
International percussion group “Stomp” will return to the Eisenhower Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15.
The show originates as a street performance in the United Kingdom that, over the course of 29 years, grew into an international sensation with performances in more than 50 countries. The group has toured in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia, including 15 years of performing in London’s West End and 29 years at New York’s Orpheum Theatre.
“Stomp” was created in 1991 by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, and the duo would use any material, like matchboxes, paint cans, or brooms, to make music. Since then, the show has received numerous awards including an Academy Award nomination, four Emmy nominations, and an Emmy for the HBO special “Stomp Out Loud.”
Folks can purchase tickets on the Center For The Performing Arts’ website. Student tickets cost between $30 and $35, while general tickets cost between $54 and $69 and those under 18 can enter for $37 to $52.
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