Stomp Stomp originated on the streets of Brighton, England. The creators, Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicolas were a group of street performers known as buskers, trying to catch peoples attention. Attention is what they got. Busking is an old custom in the UK, dating back to booth theaters erected at village fairs in the Middle Ages. Luke and Steve updated this custom and created a modern symbiotic marriage between movement and music. As I entered the theater, the surrounding area was dimly lit. The only bright lights illuminated were along the walkways, I guess so no one would trip and break their neck. I sat about fifteen rows back from the stage, somewhat centered. As the curtain opened, the audience quickly quieted down. The stage was very dark and I was not able to see anything. All of a sudden two red spotlights appeared on the right and left sides of the stage, illuminating two performers with what appeared to be two five gallon paint cans fixed around their necks. They began drumming on them in unison. They drummed their way to the center of the stage, where a bright spotlight lit up two more performers that were seated behind two trashcans. The two groups played different beats, which blended together in perfect harmony. This went on for about five minutes with a few funny little dance steps by the paint can drummers, until they were joined by a few other performers. By this time you could see a fence-like structure with objects attached to it located behind the performers on stage. It seemed as though it was a prop of some sort, put to add a little effect; that was until a couple of crazies ran out from the sides of the stage and began climbing the structure. At this point the structure was lit up enough to see that there were rows of pots. Pans, trashcan lids, and other objects running up and down this fence-like structure. The performers climbed up enough to reach the middle of the structur…

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