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PANDEMONIUM, new show from STOMP’s creators, Launches U.S. Tour this Thursday in Miami

PANDEMONIUM: THE LOST AND FOUND ORCHESTRA

NEW SHOW FROM STOMP CREATORS

U.S.  DEBUT THIS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16 IN MIAMI

ADDITIONAL CITIES AND VENUES ANNOUNCED

MIAMI HERALD  FEATURES SHOW

After the global success of their unique take on rhythm and physical theatre, STOMP co-creators Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, have taken their concept to a new level with  PANDEMONIUM: THE LOST AND FOUND ORCHESTRA which will makes its U.S. debut this Thursday

September 16 in Miami, marking the start of its U.S. tour.

Confirmed below for the first time are other dates cities and dates on the tour.  More cities will be announced:

September 16-26:                  Miami FL              Ziff Opera House/Arsht Center

September 28 – October 3:    Raleigh NC           Memorial Auditorium

October 5-10:                        Washington DC    National Theatre

October 12 -17:                     Chicago IL            Bank of America Theatre

October 21-24:                      Boston MA           Wang Center

The Miami Herald wrote about the show yesterday:

‘Pandemonium’ to break out at Arsht
“British showmen Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have long understood a truth known to every kid who sits on a kitchen floor banging pot lids together: There is music to be found in everyday objects.  The pals from Brighton took that lesson and ran with it, all the way to the bank, when they created Stomp in 1991. That gloriously theatrical demonstration of the percussive possibilities of brooms and garbage cans has played all over the world, including an Off-Broadway run that began in 1994 and continues today.

Their long collaboration as directors and composers has led Cresswell and McNicholas into the worlds of film, commercials and television.  “We got a reputation,” McNicholas says from Brighton, “as people you’d go to if you wanted a soundtrack made from unusual sounds.”  One day in a London studio, McNicholas says, the two had a thought: “Wouldn’t it be great to do this live, with an orchestra?”

Pandemonium: The Lost and Found Orchestra is the result of more than four years of experimentation, creativity and an investment that dwarfs (by a couple of million) the $24,000 the guys spent putting together Stomp. And on Thursday, a show that has had just four previous engagements — its premiere celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Brighton Festival in 2006, with subsequent runs in Sydney, Amsterdam and London — begins a 10-week U.S. tour at Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.”  For the feature in its entirety, READ HEREPANDEMONIUM, new show from STOMP’s creators, Launches U.S. Tour this Thursday in Miami

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