See the cast of the international hit STOMP take a sledgehammer to their dressing rooms this weekend along with George Oliphant when his crew from "George to the Rescue" visits their New York base at The Orpheum Theatre and gives their home away from home a makeover. Find out why the FDNY showed up during the renovation!
In the preview videos below, hear a cast member's eulogy for the about-to-be-demolished dressing room, see George harnessed to a wall, and watch George walk in STOMP's iconic 50-gallon-oil drum "walkers!"
"George to the Rescue" airs in New York and the tri-state area tomorrow Saturday March 31 at 10 AM and 7 PM on WNBC TV/Channel 4, and at midnight on Sunday April 1. It airs nationally on the following NBC affiliates:
Los Angeles (KNBC) Sun 4:30PM
Chicago (WMAQ) Sun 11:35PM
Philly (WCAU) Sat 10AM
DC (WRC) Sun 1:05AM
Dallas (KXAS) Sat 5PM
San Francisco (KNTV) Sun 5:30AM
Miami (WTVJ) Sun 5:30AM
San Diego (KNSD) Sun 4PM
Hartford (WVIT) Sun 12PM
Boston (NECN) Sun 11AM
Atlanta (WXIA) Sun 11:30AM
Minneapolis (KARE) Sun 11AM
STOMP plays New York's Orpheum Theatre, 126 Second Avenue at 8th Street in the east village. Created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, STOMP is currently playing in New York, London's West End, on North American and European tours. Visit www.stomponline.com for US information and www.stomp.co.uk for news on the London and European companies. Tickets are available through www.Ticketmaster.com or at the box office.
STOMP plays in New York on the following schedule: Tue-Fri at 8 PM, Sat at 3 & 8 PM, Sun at 2 & 5:30 PM. Tickets are $72.50 and $40 at all performances except Sunday at 7 PM when all tickets are $40. Its running time is 1 hour 40 minutes.