Netflix’s The Prom musical soundtrack has been released – here’s where to stream, download and get it on CD or vinyl!
The movie is a big screen adaptation of the Tony-nominated musical which ran on Broadway between 2018 and 2019.
The Prom musical will be released on Netflix worldwide on Friday, December 11 at 8AM on UK but the album is available NOW!
The Prom Netflix Soundtrack Album
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Ahead of the release, a first listen to the show’s soundtrack was revealed with a brand new song written especially for the film.
Wear Your Crown will feature as the end credits song for the film. You can listen below.
It’s the second teaser from the soundtrack of the upcoming film.
You can also listen to the show’s big dance number Tonight Belongs To You, which also features in the original Broadway score, below…
The Prom tells the story of a group of struggling Broadway actors who try to make a name for themselves by helping out high school teenager Emma who is banned from taking her girlfriend to prom.
The cast will feature Meryl Streep as Broadway actress Dee Dee Allen and James Corden as her on stage co-star Barry Glickman with Nicole Kidman and Andrew Rannells playing Broadway performers Angie Dickinson and Trent Oliver respectively. Kevin Chamberlin plays the group’s publicist Sheldon Saperstein and Keegan-Michael Key is high school principal Tom Hawkins.
Ariana DeBose will star in the role of Alyssa while fellow high school student Emma will be played by newcomer Jo Ellen Pellman.
Completing the main cast are Kerry Washington as Ms. Greene, Logan Riley Hassel as Kaylee, Sofia Deler as Shelby, Nico Greetham as Nick Boomer and Nathaniel J. Potvin as Kevin.
The adaption has been directed by Ryan Murphy with the book, music and lyrics written by the Broadway creative team – Matthew Sklar (music), Chad Beguelin (lyrics & book) and Bob Martin (book) – based on the original concept by Jack Viertel.