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Dive into the STOMP timeline and explore the history of the show.
STOMP is created in Brighton, UK by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. The show premieres at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
STOMP opens at the Orpheum Theatre in New York City. Even before STOMP opens, it is featured on "Good Morning America." This same year, STOMP wins OBIE & Drama Desk Awards.
STOMP brings down the house at the Academy Awards produced by Quincy Jones. The same year, STOMP performs at the Acropolis in Athens.
STOMP OUT LOUD, a 45-minute television special, is produced for HBO and receives four Emmy Award nominations.
"Let's Make Music," a collaboration between STOMP and Jim Henson's Muppets for Sesame Street, is released in North America.
STOMP opens in London's West End and appears on The Royal Variety Show. The production is now playing at London's New Ambassadors Theatre.
STOMP celebrates its 10th Anniversary at the Orpheum. In honor of the anniversary, Second Avenue at 8th Street is officially renamed "STOMP Avenue."
STOMP creators Steve and Luke debut a new ensemble, Lost and Found Orchestra, which goes on to break box office records at the Sydney Opera House.