Why See The Prom?
You Will Go To The Prom!
The Prom transfers to Broadway after its 2016 World Premiere at Atlanta, Georgias Alliance Theatre! Tony-nominee Casey Nicholaw directs and choreographs the musical comedy, with music by Matthew Skylar. The production features the book written by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin, Beguelin also penned the lyrics.
Uplifting and extremely amusing with show-stopping dance numbers, this musical is about acceptance and being the star you were born to be!
What is The Prom about?
In a small town in Indiana, prom has been cancelled! And it's not down to bad behaviour or financial issues - it's because the high school has forbidden, a female student, Emma from bringing her girlfriend! When a group of quirky broadway actors hear her story, filled with outrage they swiftly travel to the community in an attempt to correct the injustice.
However, their attempts at social activism don't go un-noticed and instead make the situation far worse then they could have ever imagine. The community erupts into chaos as cultures clash. Emma's future and the actors careers all hang in the balance.
Will prom go ahead? Will justice be made? There's only one way to find out...
Previews from: 23 October 2018
Opening night: 15 November 2018
Two hours and 25 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission.
Cast and Creative
Mary Antonini, Courney Balan, Gabi Campo, Jerusha Cavazos, Shelby Finnie, Josh Franklin, Fernell Hogan, Joomin Hwang, Sheldon Henry, David Josefsberg, Becca Lee, Wayne Mackins, Kate Marilley, Anthony Norman, Drew Redington, Jack Sippel, Teddy Toye, Kalyn West and Brittany Zeinstra.
Directed and Choreographed by Casey Nicholaw
Book by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Music by Matthew Skylar
Set Design by Scott Pask
Costume Design by Ann Roth and Matthew Pachtman
Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner
Sound Design by Peter Hylenski
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