By Mitchell, SaundraBy Sklar, MatthewBy Beguelin, ChadBy Martin, Bob
The honest, laugh-out-loud, feel-good novel inspired by the hit Broadway musical The Prom - a New York Times Critic's Pick Seventeen-year-old Emma Nolan wants only one thing before she graduates: to dance with her girlfriend at the senior prom. But in her small town of Edgewater,... Indiana, that's like asking for the moon. Alyssa Greene is her high school's 'it' girl: She also has a secret. She's been dating Emma for the last year and a half. When word gets out that Emma plans to bring a girl as her date, it creates uproar. Now, the PTA, led by Alyssa's mother, is threatening to cancel the prom altogether. Enter Barry Glickman and Dee Dee Allen, two Broadway stars who decide to take up the cause and get a little publicity along the way. But their good intentions go quickly south, and it soon becomes the perfect storm. Only when this unlikely group comes together do they realize that love is always worth fighting for . . .Read more
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Saundra Mitchell is the author of over twenty books for tweens and teens. Her work includes two anthologies for teens, Defy the Dark and All Out- The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens throughout the Ages. For twenty years, she was the head screenwriter and an executive producer with Dreaming Tree Films on their various teen filmmaking programs and earned Academy Award eligibility ten times during her tenure. In her free time, she enjoys fandom, studying history, crochet, and spending time with her wife and her daughters. Matthew Sklar is a Tony and Emmy Award nominated composer. His works include the Broadway musicals- Elf, The Wedding Singer and The Prom. Chad Beguelin is a four-time Tony Nominee whose works include the Broadway musicals- Aladdin, Elf, The Wedding Singer and, of course, The Prom. Bob Martin is a writer, performer, and producer of many celebrated musicals and television shows. The Prom is his third work on Broadway following the hit shows Elf and The Drowsy Chaperone, for which he earned a Tony Award.
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