‘Jagged Little Pill’ to reopen at Broadhurst Theatre in October
The Alanis Morrisette musical is currently nominated for 15 Tony Awards.
Jagged Little Pill will resume its Broadway run this fall at the Broadhurst Theatre. Performances of the 15-time Tony Award-nominated musical Jagged Little Pill will recommence from October 21. Find out more about Jagged Little Pill tickets on Broadway here.
Jagged Little Pill is inspired by Alanis Morrisette's 1995 album of the same name. Speaking about the musical's Broadway return, she said: "Jagged Little Pill is about the complicated and harrowing effects of what it means to be disconnected from one another - and the beautiful, exhilarating healing that can happen when we rally together in those tough moments.
This amazing family of Broadway artists will be raising their voices together again on stage this fall - and it will be a tremendous outpouring of many feelings, healing, and service, with our reunion making sure that we burn more brightly and passionately together than ever before."
Set to Alanis Morrisette songs including "Head Over Feet" and "Ironic", Jagged Little Pill follows the Healy family after a troubling event disrupts their community. After a world premiere at the American Repertory Theatre, the musical transferred to Broadway in December 2019. In a review for New York Theatre Guide, "Jagged Little Pill... will dust off your tarnished '90's righteous anger and feed your hope. My eyes go wet the first five minutes because this is a religious experience."
At the time of the Broadway suspension in March 2020, the cast featured Elizabeth Stanley as Mary Jane, Sean Allan Krill as Steve, Celia Rose Gooding as Frankie, Derek Klena as Nick, Kathryn Gallagher as Bella, Lauren Patten as Jo and Antonio Cipriano as Phoenix.
Photo credit: Jagged Little Pill cast (Photo by Matthew Murphy)
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