Celebrating their 25th year, the British theatrical sensation Stomp comes to India this December to enthrall the audiences with their amazing talent of beautifully blending music, dance and comedy into a theatrical whirlwind, you’ll never forget. The group will be performing at Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, NCPA in Mumbai from December 9th – 11th.With its original West-End cast, Stomp Musical will ignite the Indian theatre with their Music, Acrobats and Theatrics never seen before. One of the most exhilarating plays in Mumbai lined up for this month, Stomp will soar the heat in the city for sure!
Created and co-directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, Stomp production features a cast of percussionists-dancers who use everyday objects such as bins, boots, bottles, brooms and Zippo lighters, and even the kitchen sink to hammer to create a series of rhythmic sequences while performing physically-demanding routines. They use the body and objects to create physical theatre. What makes them one of the best percussion groups in the World is their unique mixing of humor, acrobats and theatrics, which add up to their music performance. An electrifying and entertaining performance is what you should expect out of Stomp Musical.
For those of you who love live music acts, STOMP Musical is like the perfect answer to all your craving for a rocking musical evening. The group is finally all ready to set foot in India after waiting for 25 years. The British group is globally renowned for their mind-bending mix of percussion, dance, theatre and comedy with a soundtrack inspired by the commotion of everyday life.
It is Ashwin Gidwani’s AGP World Production that has managed to bring this global theatrical sensation to India this year! The prestigious stage of NCPA will witness the great stomping from this Internationally renowned group. Eight artists who will rock the stage of NCPA with their stomping are Angus Little, Joe White, Phil Batchelor, Rhona Ashwood, Shae Carroll, Simon Watts, Emma King, Dominik Schad, Louise Durand, Billy Hickling and Nigel Clarke. Watching them stomp will be a sheer magic. If you haven’t yet witnessed their performance ever, then this should be in your wish list for sure. It’s a pure stage magic that you will never forget in your lifetime.