Performance makes a racket at Kavli

play review /// ‘Stomp’

“Stomp,” that jubilation of rhythm which has intoxicated theater audiences since 1991, swept (literally) into Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza’s Kavli Theatre on March 12 for a single performance.

Possibly the most unusual show ever staged on Broadway, “Stomp” includes no music, no story and no dialogue, just an irreverent crew of eight virtuoso percussionists who create a symphony of rhythm on a variety of household objects, including push brooms, oil drums and trash can lids.

The show is p...

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