• STOMP has performed in over 350 cities in 36 countries worldwide.
• STOMP’s New York City production will celebrate its 15th year at the Orpheum Theatre in February of 2009, which makes it one of the longest-running shows in Off-Broadway history.
• STOMP is the most financially successful Off-Broadway show in history.
• The North American Tour has been running since 1995.
• There are two STOMP troupes in Europe – a sit-down in London and a tour.
• International engagements have included Korea, Brazil, Japan, Chile, China, South Africa, The Acropolis in Athens, Greece, and Australia.
OTHER STOMP EVENTS
• In 2007, a brand-new production from STOMP’s creators, STOMP OUT LOUD, opened in Las Vegas. SOL featured a cast double the size of the original production and played 647 performances at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino inside a new $28 million theater specifically created for the production.
• “STOMP Out Litter” – a public service announcement with New York City Mayor Bloomberg, debuted in New York City in April 2006 with print and television.
• Pulse: a STOMP Odyssey – Directed by Cresswell and McNicholas, this IMAX film is a celebration of the global beat and an exploration of the sights and sounds of continents and cultures throughout the world.
• Dolby – STOMP filmed a commercial for Dolby sound, which was screened in movie theaters worldwide.
• Carnegie Hall – STOMP performed on Sunday, November 17, 2002 at Carnegie Hall for its annual Children’s Fund Benefit.
• The 68th Annual Academy Awards (STOMP performed an original piece involving the live synchronization of classic film clips and on-stage action, featuring 20 performers from both the US and UK casts).
• The Emmy Awards.
• “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” “The Ellen Degenerous Show,” “Late Night With Conan O’Brien,” and “Last Call with Carson Daly”
• “Roseanne” and “Mad About You”
• “Let’s Make Music” (Sony Home Video release), with Sesame Street characters.
• Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
• “Mr. Frear’s Ears” series on Nickelodeon.
• “Commercials: Coca-Cola’s “Ice Pick” spot and Target’s “Back-to-School” series.
• Olivier Award for Best Choreography (the London equivalent of the Tony Award).
• Obie Award (New York’s Off-Broadway Awards).
• Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatre Experience.
• Brooms (a STOMP-based short film), produced by Quincy Jones: Academy Award Nomination (Best Live Action Short), Cannes Film Festival Nomination (Best Live Action Short).
• STOMP Out Loud (HBO special): four Emmy nominations (including Outstanding Direction for Variety or Music Program) and one Emmy Award (Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special).
• The STOMP website averages over 1.5 million hits per month.
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