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The Prom

Directed by

Ryan Murphy

Starring

Actor
Character
Dee Dee Allen
Barry Glickman
Angie Dickinson
Keegan-Michael Key
Mr. Hawkins
Kerry Washington
Mrs. Greene
Andrew Rannells
Trent Oliver
Jo Ellen Pellman
Emma Nolan
Mary Kay Place
Grandma Bea
Ariana DeBose
Alyssa Greene
Tracey Ullman
Vera
Kevin Chamberlin
Sheldon Saperstein
Logan Riley
Kaylee
Nico Greetham
Nick Boomer
Dominique Kelley
Lady's Improving Dancer
Nathaniel J. Potvin
Kevin
Taylor Plecity
Internet Student #5
Sebastian Vale
Angry Dad
Nikki Keeshin
Inclusive Dancer
Mia Danelle
Internet Student
Sofia Deler
Shelby
Spencer Tomich
The Crush
Riley Rydin
Fifth Student
Jose Velazquez
Brittany Freeth
Godspell Cast
Frank DiLella
Frank DiLella
Erica Lynn
Student Dancer
Annie Ruby
Red Carpet Reporter
Sam Pillow
Young Barry
Pam Cook
Parent #1
Luis Tomas Martinez
High School Student
John Wusah
Red Carpet Reporter #3
Carmyne Rey
Alex, Internet Student
Phi Kenzie
Internet Student #6
Matthew Rogers
Godspell Cast
Portia Bartley
Internet Student #3
Vasthy Mompoint
Godspell Cast
Lando Coffy
Internet Student #10
Ray Gordon II
Inclusive Student / Dancer
Mike A Nidiffer
Teacher
Trent Longo
Homecoming Court
Jacob Zelonky
Noah Weiss
Prom Attendee
James Anthony Chiong
Mall Patron
Yusuf Nasir
Godspell dancer
Ludwika Osorio
Student
James Bearb
Broadway Producer
Owen O. Scarlett
Lady's Improving Dancer
Derrick Boyce
Lady's Improving Dancer
Joe Abraham
NY Party Guest
Marcus Bailey
Student
Reilly Baker
High school prom dancer
Lindsay Ballif
Student
Anna Berg
Student
Janice Blue
Student
Ana Luiza Bourroul
High School Prom Atendee
Carlena Britch
NY Party Guest
Kerrice Brooks
Student Dancer
Lydia Callins
Show Girl
Tasha Casberg
Student
Carly J. Casey
Red Carpet Reporter #2
Monroe Cline
Student Dancer
Carl Collanus
Photographer
Sydney Cope
Student
Chelsea Corp
NY Party Guest
Brenna Daly
First Student
Shauna Davis
NY Party Guest
Luca De Angelis
Reporter
Noah Der
Internet Student
Gigi Dia
ABC reporter
Morgan Dudley
Student
Joel Dupont
Reporter
David Eby
Press Reporter
Erin Flannery
Stage Manager
Kara Fry
Showgirl
Steven P. Green
Bus Driver
Lonnie Henderson
Singer Dancer
Sterling Temple Howard
Student
Brandon Hudson
Waiter
Jeni Jones
Reporter
Ryan Kendrick
Red Carpet Reporter
Mark Krenik
Mall Staff
Charissa Kroeger
Godspell Cast
Amanda LaCount
Inclusive Dancer
Leanne Langston
Student
Jillana Laufer
NY Party Guest
Breanne Lawson
Prom Guest
Chris Liu
Godspell Cast
Darielle Loprete
Student
Maddie Lucas
Student
Julia Marley
Student
Donyea Martin
Student
Sienna Mohl
Student
Kc Monnie
NY Party Guest
Matthew Moseley
Student
Mila Murashko
Sardi's Patron
Naimah
Self
Dawn Noel
NY Party Guest Dancer
Doug Penikas
NY Party Guest
Ashley Porter
Self - Inclusive Dancer
Angelique Pretorius
Theatre Guest
Briana Price
Red Carpet Reporter #1
Sierra Puett
Student Dancer
Bubba Dean Rambo
Ny Party Guest
Caroline Rich
Indiana Reporter #1
Kayley Stallings
Female Student
Lynnae Stine
Student
Kelly Sweeney
Teen Dancer
Richard Tanner
Playbill Reporter
Cora Tran
Internet Student #2
Sebastian Twohey-Jacobs
High School Prom Attendee
Meredith Vivian
Student
Jessica Vollhardt
Red Carpet Guest
Miracle Washington
Internet Student
Jeffrey Lynn White Jr.
Theatre Attendee
Louis Williams Jr.
Waiter
Bj Wolf
Internet Student
Samas Wu
Cameraman
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Year: 2020
 130 minutes (2 hrs 10 mins)
South Korea release date South Korea release: 2nd December 2020
UK release date UK release: 4th December 2020
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
US release date US release: 4th December 2020
MPAA Age Rating: The Prom PG-13 age rating 
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The cast is a bit mis-matched but it somehow works. Weak first act which develops into a likeable film with strong message and good songs.
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