The Prom Musical Movie: Netflix Release Date, Cast Info and Every Other Detail


Here are some freshly brewed updates about the forthcoming Musical production, The Prom, which will be hitting Netflix. Keep reading the following to grab knowledge about the backdrop, cast details, and date of release of The Prom. 

Backdrop Of The Film

The Prom is an upcoming American musical comedy film directed by Ryan Murphy and adapted to the screen by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin, from their and Matthew Sklar’s 2016 Broadway musical of the same name.


This music is by Matthew Sklar; the cinematography is by Matthew Libatique and is edited by Peggy Tachdjian and Danielle Wang.

The Cast Of The Prom Musical Movie

The Prom Netflix Release Date, Cast Info and Every Other Detail

This musical will feature stars like, Jo Ellen Pellman as Emma Nolan, James Corden as Barry Glickman, Nicole Kidman as Angie Dickinson, Meryl Streep as Dee Dee Allen, Keegan-Michael Key as Tom Hawkins, Andrew Rannells as Trent Oliver, Ariana DeBose as Alyssa Greene, Kerry Washington as Mrs. Greene, Logan Riley Hassel as Kaylee, Kevin Chamberlin as Sheldon Saperstein, Mary Kay Place, Sofia Deler as Shelby, Nathaniel J. Potvin as Kevin, Nico Greetham as Nick Boomer, Tracey Ullmann. Dee Dee Allen (Meryl Streep), a two-time Tony Award winner, partners with Barry Glickman (James Corden) in a musical about First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt which ultimately fails.

They each receive “career-ending reviews”, and opt to revive their livelihoods by finding a charity cause to get behind. They’re joined in the effort by Broadway theater veteran chorus girl Angie Dickinson (Nicole Kidman), and unlucky actor Trent Oliver (Andrew Rannells).

They find a cause in Emma Nolan (Jo Ellen Pellman), a high school senior forbidden from bringing her girlfriend Alyssa (Ariana DeBose) to the prom. The Broadway quartet goes to Edgewater, Indiana, to help the lesbian teenagers.

Release Date Of The Prom Musical Movie

The Prom is set to be aired on December 11, 2020, by Netflix. Filming commenced on December 11, 2019, in Los Angeles. On March 12, 2020, production was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prior to this, the leads had wrapped filming, with only two days of second unit filming left, which was initially scheduled to resume in mid-April but was ultimately delayed to summer. Production resumed on July 23, 2020.

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