We took the subway from Grand Central to the East Village, walked a couple of blocks and then found the Orpheum Theater, where STOMP performs.
We were one of the first ticket-holders in line, so we got to wait inside the lobby, which was decorated with all sorts of percussion "instruments."
Photographs are allowed before and after the show...so naturally I took advantage of that! Evelyn couldn't believe how low the stage was.
And with us sitting only ten rows back...
...we had a great view of the show. The Orpheum is a small, intimate theater, so I doubt there are any bad seats. The show was more comical than we thought it would be - two of the performers acted aloof, adding to the humor. Plus all of the performers are amazing dancers and percussionists.
The icing on the cake was meeting two of today's performers after the show. These were two of the three ladies in this afternoon's show. STOMP was an awesome show that was worth every penny!