When Stomp first appeared on stage, it changed the way that people saw going to the theater. Instead of a normal theater show that features a storyline and music that conveys
that story, Stomp entertained fans with intriguing percussion work. The next generation of that performance art is Pandemonium,
which features the same creative powers behind Stomp.
The first time theater fans were introduced to the unique show Pandemonium was at the Brighton Festival in the U.K. After
it was a success there, Pandemonium
embarked on an extensive tour of the United States. Its innovative technique means that it can attract audiences who aren't
normally interested in theater. Check it out when it comes to Los Angeles.
Stomp may have focused mostly on percussion, but Pandemonium evolves that to include all kinds of instrumentation. Like
Stomp, those instruments are created using everyday articles like saws, bottles, traffic cones and more. No matter how many
times you have been to the theater, you will be blown away by the performers in Pandemonium.