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STOMP

Рекомендуют 13 местных жителей ·

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Kayden & Julie
Kayden & Julie
February 26, 2019
East Village theater with shows ranging from "Little Shop of Horrors" to "Stomp."
Sophie
Sophie
March 23, 2018
I haven't been to this show but I hear it is great.
Helen
Helen
September 10, 2017
STOMP is a unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy. Very Popular Great choice if you do not speak English fluently as it mostly visual.
Linda
Linda
March 05, 2017
This is a fun little show with some good characters.
Austin
Austin
December 01, 2015
Location of the famous performance, "Stomp".

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Рекомендации местных жителей

Street Address
“Rite Aid is a classic pharmacy. SHAMPOO, HAIR CARE , MAKEUP, PERSONAL PRODUCTS. Everything you forgot or need to refill is here!”
  • Рекомендует 1 местный житель
Магазин одежды
“Super close location, open late for last minute clothing and gift necessities.”
  • Рекомендуют 6 местных жителей
Thrift / Vintage Store
“St. Mark’s Place is punk’s geographical embodiment. After visiting the former CBGB and the church where church where Patti Smith crooned her first punk poetry, you could go to Trash & Vaudeville, the famous punk/goth store where Springsteen and the Ramones shopped–but that, quite frankly, would not be untapped. Instead, pay a visit to Search & Destroy, Trash’s vintage equivalent. The reassembled dolls in the windows, dominatrix gear, and giant Ronald McDonald heads are occasionally less alarming than prices for used t-shirts, but prices are mostly fair. And although the disturbing statues and the pornification of beloved Disney characters seem designed to keep out the pure of heart, the staf”
  • Рекомендуют 5 местных жителей
Кафе
“My favorite coffee shop; my office away from home. Amazing lattes, great staff, good music, good Wi-Fi and good food.”
  • Рекомендуют 10 местных жителей
Концертная площадка
“This space housed a ‘speakeasy’ (an illegal bar during the Prohibition era) and local gangsters Al Capone and Lucky Luciano drank here. After Prohibition was repealed in 1930, a jazz club called The Gallery opened and Thelonious Monk performed there. Then the space became a theater, followed by a cinema revival house and is now again a small theater staging plays and musicals. Also housed in the building is the small but very interesting Museum of the American Gangster.”
  • Рекомендуют 6 местных жителей
Местоположение
126 2nd Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10003
Номер телефона+1 800-982-2787
Режим работыЗакрыто · Откроется в Thursday 1:00 PM