The pulsating, percussive performance known as Stomp has reopened at the Orpheum Theater in the East Village. It’s one of the first long-running off-Broadway shows to come back after being closed during the pandemic.
As Fiona Mills rehearses with a cast of new “Stompers,” she reflects on her love affair with a show that has defined her career.
“I mean, I started doing the show when I was 21 years old,” Mills said. “I didn’t think it was gonna last this long, you know, I’ve never done anything else in my life except Stomp pretty much.”
Mills started with the original production in Great Britain in 1991, and came
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