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What is a group of Broadway actors to do when they discover a homophobic PTA has canceled prom to prevent a lesbian couple from attending? Why, build their own prom and show them all how it’s done. The Prom is an electrifying, whimsical, hysterical and uplifting look at what happens when old fears clash with modern, inclusive values. The Prom proves there’s room for everyone, and love is universal. With clashing cultures and energetic choreography, this musical effortlessly combines hilarity and heart for a night that will leave you feeling joyous and hopeful for the future.

Equal parts extravagant and edgy, The Prom manages to combine social satire and bouncy musical numbers with contemporary costumes and athletic choreography–in perfect harmony. Emma (Caitlin Kinnunen) and Alyssa (Isabelle McCalla) steal the show, and already the new musical has earned more than a dozen awards nominations, including seven Tony Award Nominations (2019).

The Prom is the feel-good original story of the season, and a must-see for all fans of vibrant Broadway comedies with a timely message. So put on your dancing shoes and head over to the Longacre Theatre for an experience you won’t soon forget. After all, life isn’t a dress rehearsal, so set your unruly heart free and experience the joy that is The Prom for yourself.

The Prom Show Tickets & Show Schedule

Tickets to The Prom are available on SeatGeek, with prices starting at around $57 for the majority of upcoming performances. You can find the next 20 shows listed below, or click here to view the schedule + tickets in their entirety. Use code BROADWAY20 at checkout to save $20 off your purchase of $100 or more.


October 23, 2018

Opening Night

November 15, 2018


There is currently no set closing date for The Prom.

The Prom Seating Chart

The Longacre Theatre was opened in 1913 and holds up to 1,091 attendees. It is located at 220 West 48th Street in New York, NY.

The Prom Cast

Role… Actor
Dee Dee Allen…​ Beth Leavel
Barry Glickman…​ Brooks Ashmanskas
Trent Oliver…​ Christopher Sieber
Emma…​ Caitlin Kinnunen
Angie…​ Angie Schworer
Mrs. Greene…​ Courtenay Collins
Sheldon Saperstein…​ Josh Lamon
Mr. Hawkins…​ Michael Potts
Alyssa Greene…​ Isabelle McCalla

(Cropped image courtesy Matias Garabedian via Flickr. | CC BY-SA 2.0)