Story made with the first LGBT kiss at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

adminNovember 23, 2018

The coldest Macy's Thanksgiving parade ever recorded had the most poignant moments.

In a historical story at the world-famous Thanksgiving Parade in New York City, the two leading actresses of the new Broadway musical "The Prom" kissed. The slap between Caitlin Kinnunen and Isabelle McCalla was aired nationwide and came during the musical number of the Broadway show at the 92nd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

"The Prom" debuted on Broadway in October and is currently running at the Longacre Theater in New York. The show is a story about two teenagers, Emma and his girlfriend Alyssa, played by Kinnunen and McCalla, respectively, who live in a small town in Indiana. The two high school students want to go to the prom together, but the school's parent-teacher association cancels the dance completely once it is discovered.

The kiss of the same sex between the lesbian couple of the program takes place towards the end of the number made in the parade.

After the moment, the cast member of & # 39; The Prom & # 39; Josh Lamon, tweeted:

While the kiss brought out a , the reaction in social networks was overwhelmingly positive. The LGBT community in particular shared their pride at the time.

Thanksgiving 2018 already made the record books as the coolest parade of Macy's Thanksgiving in its 92 years of existence. It was also the coldest Thanksgiving holiday in New York since 1901.

The Prom parade joins shows like Law L.A., who presented television shows in 1991 between Amanda Donohoe and Michele Greene, in making history for the LGBT community in the entertainment industry and beyond.

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