Off-Broadway’s will go silent in January, with its final performance set to take place on Jan. 8, its producers said Tuesday.
The show, which offers a “unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy,” opened at The Orpheum Theatre in the East Village nearly 29 years ago, on Feb. 27, 1994, the producers said in a press release.
Its North American and European tours will carry on, they noted.
The New York Times that the show was closing due to “declining ticket sales.”
“While we’re sad to see it close at The Orpheum Theatre, we couldn’t be prouder of the impact that ‘Stomp’ has had — and will continue to have
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