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Anonymous from Fort Worth, Texas
OUTSTANDING MUSIC/COMEDY SHOW
My wife and I had seen STOMP in Oklahoma City for her High School Graduation present. Fast forward 10 years later and we buy box seats to one of the best shows I have seen in a long time (I'm looking at you, Varekai!). It has changed a bit in the last 10 years. The most rewarding and refreshing update is the inclusion of more comedy bits. They are all excellent actors and are able convey attitudes and almost words, without speaking. The percussive music is still outstanding, with many traditional performances, and even some new ones! If you missed out on STOMP, you missed some rib-cage rattling, mind blowing, gut splitting fun. I am impressed at BassHall for hosting such a "unique" venue, more of this and you will be attracting younger audiences in the future.
Rob Wright from Harrow, Ontario
AN AWESOME SHOW
We traveled from Windsor to see the 2:00 Saturday matinee of Stomp. Only one word can discribe. WOW!!!!!!! The performers were right in sync. They had great stage presence and their audience interaction was hilarious If any of the performers are reading this BRAVO!!! I have no idea where you get the energy to perform that show you must be exhausted after a performance My family and I were very impressed and loved every minute.
Holly Capp from Atlanta, Georgia
This show is one of the best shows that I have seen. It is especially fun for kids. For both of our boys, this show was the first that they ever saw live. They both have great memories of that experience. It is a show that never grows old and is well worth the cost.
Diane from Toronto, Ontario
Saw he show tonight, opening night, and was totally impressed. Very entertaining, energetic and funny. I didn't know what to expect, but I left smiling and glad I came. I would recommend STOMP to everyone :)
JW_AmpsOnly from Seattle, Washington
STOMP IN SEATTLE - LOUD, RUCKUS, TOTALLY INSYNC, GREAT
The eight performers at the Seattle show were fantastic. Never did hear or see anything out of sync. The only bad thing I can say has nothing to do with the show: A very large and tall man was in front of us and he kept putting his hands behind his head so he blocked the view of us and probably the people behind us - pretty rude, dude!
De'Wayne A. Mitchell, Sr. from McKinney, Texas
I went to the show on April 10, 2014 with my wife and it was very exciting and entertaining. I liked the combinations of sounds and coordination among the group as a whole. The ability to clear out of a scene and work in multiple positions was also very interesting. This show was designed for the young and the old. In fact, an elderly couple, in their 70's at least, were sitting in front of me and was clapping with the leader as he lead the crowd into participation and I watched them bob their heads as the rhythms chimed within the theater! Overall, I rate this show a 5 - for showmen/womenship and for presentation. Plus, sitting dead-center made the event even better!
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