Having visited the General Hospital set back in 2014, I was looking forward to visit the set again (especially now that they recently celebrated their 55th anniversary). What I hadn’t planned for was visiting the General Hospital set with crutches but there I was! Ironic, don’t you think?
Thankfully it is a hospital set, which meant that they happened to have a wheelchair prop I could use while there. You have no idea how thankful I was that it would give my arms a break from the crutches. Plus, I was able to get around more quickly and comfortable.
The General Hospital set
Of course, we got the chance to have some fun on the General Hospital Set…
maybe a little too much fun?
General Hospital’s Nurses Ball Returns, Wed. May 16th and we were actually able to watch a scene of it featuring Joshua Swickard, who plays “Detective Harrison Chase” performing.
“General Hospital”’s annual Nurses Ball, this year sponsored by Olay, returns on Wed. May 16th., and airs through Mon. May 21st. Founded in 1994 by Port Charles resident Lucy Coe (Lynn Herring), the Nurses Ball is one of fictional Port Charles’ most glamorous charity events, dedicated to HIV/AIDS awareness and research. This year, celebrity guest appearances include “The Chew”’s Carla Hall and “The Bachelor”’s Nick Viall. In her debut performance, Hall takes on an infamous role decades in the making; while Viall joins Aurora media maven Nina Clay (Michelle Stafford) on the red carpet, as they welcome viewers into what promises to be a memorable night. From Sam McCall’s (Kelly Monaco) stunning arrival to Sonny Corinthos’ (Maurice Benard) unwavering support and Jason Morgan’s (Steve Burton) tireless search for answers, as well as never-before-seen musical performances and a surprise proposal, the Nurses Ball promises to be this year’s can’t-miss event.
General Hospital is both the longest-running American soap opera currently in production and the longest-running scripted television drama currently in production. Be sure to Tune in Weekdays on ABC (check your local listings) or streaming or on the app.