Stomp is an Off-Broadway show playing in New York City at the Orpheum Theatre. It is a unique show that is loud but pretty entertaining. It has been running since 1994 and is still very popular today.
There really isn't any storyline to follow in Stomp. It is basically a performance piece that involves turning every day objects into percussion instruments, such as garbage cans, brooms, and sticks. It isn't just banging these objects on the ground - The performers use a unique rhythm for each item and put together, it turns into a very clever performance.
Tickets for Stomp cost $40-69. I purchased my ticket at the TKTS half price ticket booth in Times Square. You can only get those on the day of the show you wish to attend. It was pretty easy to do and I think it's a great value.
I found Stomp to get a bit loud at times, but it was still fun to watch and see what they were going to do next with each object. I think that kids would definitely have a lot of fun at this show.