The acclaimed international theatre phenomenon, STOMP, that uses different man-made sounds and rhythm to create magic on stage is back on local shores by public demand after nine years. The show is renowned for its eight synchronised Stomp performers that employ items such as metal trash cans, basketballs, sinks, poles, dustbin lids and truck inner tubes to create sounds and rhythms to dance to. The smash hit sensation, which is a unique combination of percussion, dance and physical comedy, has been globe trotting 55 countries on six continents the past almost 30 years. Showtime Management says the cast performed live at the 1996 Academy Awards, as well as took part in the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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