What is Stomp Dance?

The English term stomp dance refers to the shuffle and stomp movements of the dance. In the Muskogee language the dance is called opvnkv haco, which can mean drunken, crazy or inspirited dance. This usually refers to the exciting, yet meditative effect the dance and the medicine have on the participants.

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Is Stomp back in NYC?

STOMP is back! Now in performance at the Orpheum Theatre in NYC. As public health conditions and New York State’s guidance for performing arts and live entertainment change, we will remain flexible and adapt to applicable health protocols.

Who is in charge of the stomp dance grounds?

A traditional stomp dance grounds is often headed by a male elder. In the Creek and Seminole traditions, the meko or king [chief] is the primary ceremonial authority. The meko is assisted by his second in charge called a heniha, the chief medicine man called a hillis hiya and speaker called meko tvlvswv or mekos tongue/speaker.

What do you call a female Stomp dancer?

Women stomp dancers are called “Shell Shakers” or “Turtles.” Participants and visitors to a stomp dance ground cannot be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Depending upon the grounds, they cannot have partaken of either for a prescribed period of time before or after the dance.

What are the characteristics of Stomp Dance?

Men sing stomp dance songs in a call-and-answer format. A leader is chosen for a song and the other men provided a chorus. Male dance leaders often carry a handheld turtle shell rattle – most commonly made from box turtles. Among some tribes rattles can be made of gourds or coconuts.

What is the relationship between Stomp and music?

The music is created within the dance, but the dance itself is dependent on the music for its rhythm and character. STOMP shows a true marriage of movement and music, where both create and enhance each other.

What Native American tribes do stomp dancing?

Caddos, Delaware, and other Woodland and Southern tribes have a secular or social stomp dance tradition. The Chickasaw Nation and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma currently maintain non-ceremonial grounds for stomp dances and stickball.

What is Stomp?

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Is Stomp Off-Broadway?

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What is the minimum age to go to stomp?

PLEASE NOTE: Children must be at least 4 years old to attend STOMP and everyone must have a ticket. The age minimum is enforced and no child under the age of 4 will be admitted. GET THE PREMIUM STOMP EXPERIENCE!

Is Stomp a good show for a 12 year old boy?

This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. I took two 12 year old boys to see Stomp, and they were absolutely wowed. I’ve taken my grandson to several Broadway musicals, and he thought Stomp was even better than some of those shows.

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