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"Victorious" Prom Wrecker (2011)

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Writers:
Warren Bell (written by)
Dan Schneider (creator)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
21 May 2011 (Season 2, Episode 5)
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Plot:
Tori discovers that there wasn't a prom at Hollywood Arts so she decides to make one, which ruins Jade's performance and makes her want to get revenge... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Victoria Justice ... Tori Vega

Leon Thomas III ... Andre Harris

Matt Bennett ... Robbie Shapiro

Elizabeth Gillies ... Jade West

Ariana Grande ... Cat Valentine

Avan Jogia ... Beck Oliver (credit only)

Daniella Monet ... Trina Vega

Lucas Ross ... John
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Austin Anderson ... Drummer
Tyler F. Anderson ... Doug the Diaper Guy (as Tyler Anderson)
Reyna Joy Banks (as Reyna Banks)
L.J. Bologna
Brant Dorman ... Tug
Jake Farrow ... Rex

Eboni Gentry

Sandra Lee Gimpel ... Sikowitz's Grandmother
Casey Johansen

Bradley Laise ... Rico

Eric Lange ... Mr. Sikowitz
Amber Madison

Tristin Mays ... Sherry

Nicole Medoro

Veno Miller ... Bassist
Michael Eric Reid ... Sinjin (as Mikey Reid)
MaryAnn Reyes

Kenneth Rivera
Erick Uphoff (as Erick 'E-Rock' Uphoff)
Devin Walker
Richard Michael Egan ... Hollywood Arts Student (uncredited)
Sonny Scozzari ... Prom Party Teen (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Clayton Boen 
David Kendall 
Russ Reinsel 
Adam Weissman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Warren Bell  written by
George Doty IV  writer
Jake Farrow  writer
Matt Fleckenstein  writer
Arthur Gradstein  written by
Stefanie Leder  written by
Sam Littenberg-Weisberg  written by
Dan Schneider  creator
Erica Spates  written by
Darren Thomas  written by

Produced by
Warren Bell .... consulting producer
Bruce Rand Berman .... producer
Clayton Boen .... technical producer: web
Erin Braun .... associate producer
Joe Catania .... producer
Sean Gill .... producer: web
Tom Keniston .... producer
Irene Oncley .... associate producer
Jana Petrosini .... producer
Dan Schneider .... executive producer
Karla Torres .... associate producer
Robin Weiner .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Mike Blackhouse 
Michael Corcoran 
Jason L. Mattia (original music composed by)
 
Cinematography by
Mike Spodnik (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Patricia Barnett 
Michael Ett 
Andrew Hirsch 
Nancy Morrison 
Danny White 
 
Casting by
Krisha Bullock 
 
Production Design by
Harry Matheu 
 
Set Decoration by
Jason Howard 
 
Costume Design by
Kristin Dangl 
 
Production Management
Bruce Rand Berman .... unit production manager
Omar Camacho .... executive in charge of production
Tom Keniston .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Caron .... first assistant director
Oliver Garrett .... second second assistant director
Jean M. Kaye .... second second assistant director (as Jean Kaye)
Teri Pensky .... first assistant director
Russ Reinsel .... associate director
Adam Spilkoman .... additional assistant director
Tim Waterman .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
John Baldwin .... construction
Ron Churchman .... construction gang boss
Ron Churchman .... propmaker foreman
Richard R. Cohen .... set dresser (as Rick Cohen)
Tyler James Cook .... set dresser (as Tyler Cook)
Tristan Miles Theopholis Dalley .... assistant art director
Chris Devicariis .... property master
Norman Lee Fils .... construction coordinator (as Norman Fils)
Kiel Gookin .... art department production assistant
Karen Greene .... lead painter
Gene Hunter .... lead painter
Eric Jihwan Jeon .... graphic designer
Mark Kelly .... assistant property master
Née Léau .... lead set dresser
Rod McFall .... set dresser
Joe Pew .... assistant art director
Lynn Sharrot .... assistant property master
Walt Strom .... set dresser
David Van Riper .... graphics
Chris Withrow .... props
 
Sound Department
William Komar .... sound re-recording mixer
Max Medenwald .... foley editor
 
Stunts
Christopher 'Critter' Antonucci .... stunt performer (as Christ Antonucci)
Koby Azarly .... stunt performer: Security Guard #1
Chino Binamo .... stunt performer: Policeman #1
Vince Deadrick Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Justin Gant .... stunts
Derek Graf .... stunts
Linda Jewell .... stunt double: Daniella Monet
Scott Leva .... stunt player
Tree O'Toole .... stunt double: Jade
Vladimir Orlov .... stunt performer: Policeman #2
Darryl Reeves .... stunt double: Andre
Greg Reynolds .... stunts
Sean A. Rosales .... stunt double: Beck (as Sean Rosales)
Joe Ross .... stunt performer
Gayle Sherman .... stunt double (as Gayle Hooker)
Matt Leonard .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jennifer Treadwell .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Patricia Bercsi .... costume supervisor
Katie Gavin .... costumer
Brigitte Pilla .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Jesse Bloch .... post-production coordinator
Michael Ett .... assistant editor
Billy Hanson .... post-production coordinator
Garrett Lynn .... assistant editor
Dennis Mackelburg .... final colorist
Crystal Mora .... post-production assistant
Pam Moreau .... colorist: post
Stephen Thurston .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Michael Corcoran .... composer: theme music (as Backhouse Mike)
Lukasz Gottwald .... producer: theme song
Zachary Hexum .... composer: additional music
Victoria Justice .... performer: theme song
Dan Schneider .... composer: theme song
 
Other crew
Scott Altpeter .... production assistant
Reina Bart .... craft service
Barbara Biddle .... broadcast producer
B. Wayne Blackburn III .... set teacher
Robert D. Brugger .... medic
Omar Camacho .... network executive
Jamie Carpenter .... production coordinator
Shawn Cloninger .... assistant to executive producer
Katherine Darrah .... production assistant
Keith Del Mar .... production assistant
Laura Erikson .... set teacher
Meghan Fife .... studio teacher
Sal Figueroa .... craft service
Oliver Garrett .... production assistant
Jason Gibbs .... assistant to executive producer
Danny Gomez .... production coordinator
Robin Guyett-Neenan .... production accountant
Adam Haas .... key set production assistant
Kristal Harwood .... coordinator
Ben Huebscher .... script coordinator
Ben Huebscher .... script manager
Sorel Kaire .... script supervisor
Matt Kinsey .... production assistant
Jason Lombardo .... production assistant
Garrett Lynn .... production assistant
Chuck Maldonado .... choreographer
Joshua Malek .... assistant to writer
Molly Mankiewicz .... assistant to executive producer
Jackie Mantel .... production assistant
Liz Miller .... assistant production accountant
Katie Mims .... key set production assistant
Crystal Mora .... production assistant
Kyla Morris .... production assistant
Mike Murphy .... script manager
Lane Napper .... choreographer
Johnathon Pensky .... production assistant
A.J. Pinkerton .... production assistant
Tal Rabinowitz .... studio executive
Jack Salvatore Jr. .... production assistant
Adam Tait .... dialogue coach
Paul Van Zyl .... production staff
Darina Voloshina .... website coordinator
Dan Walsh .... production assistant
Saena Yi .... instructor
Daniel Booko .... voice actor (uncredited)
Chris Compton .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Bob Corff .... voice coach (uncredited)
Dana Curt .... set medic (uncredited)
Mandy Diasselliss .... studio teacher (uncredited)
Bryan Forrest .... adr loop group (uncredited)
Shaena Nalani .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Chris Pow .... assistant choreographer (uncredited)
 

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Writing credits
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Dan Schneider  creator

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Trivia:
The black text on the classroom white board consists of excerpts from the Wikipedia "Black box theater" article (as of early 2011), but with the name "Adolphe Appia" changed to "La'ne'e Le'au".See more »
Movie Connections:
References "iCarly" (2007)See more »
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Every NightSee more »

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