Celebrating Broadway Week With Ty Loves NY & Dustin Elsea’s Stomp!

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It’s the week(s) that the Great White Way celebrates 2-for-1 shows! The Lion King, Jersey Boys, Once, Stomp, First Date, Annie, Kinky Boots and so many other Broadway shows celebrate with great seats at a super steal! So to celebrate Broadway week, Ty Loves NY has invited a star from various Broadway shows to come to the 92.3 NOW studios to play “Peanut Butter Karaoke.” However, with today’s star we had to make some improvisation!

Dustin Elsea, one of the men who bangs on drums and many other instruments in NYC’s Stomp visited the studio, and played a game with our listeners.

Can you guess what instrument he is playing?

Stomp opened on Broadway in 1994 at the Orpheum Theater, where it won an Obie Award as well as a Drama Desk Award! Ever since it’s Broadway debut, Stomp has performed all around the world through various touring casts. Dustin Elsea is one of the cast members who knows a thing or two about improvising on various things to help produce music out of them! So with him visiting the Ty Loves NY studio, Ty decided to put “Peanut Butter” karaoke aside and have Dustin show his skills with various things in the studio.

If a listener could correctly guess which instruments he was playing, they will win a pair of tickets to see Stomp on Broadway!

Broadway Week continues throughout the end of the week, so make sure you get those tickets before they sell out! In the meantime, you can head to NYCGO.com for all things Broadway Week, and to purchase your 2-for-1 tickets to Stomp!


–Bryan Carstensen, 92.3 NOW

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