BY: PHEOBE HORIBE
The cast of the Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill will reunite next month to put on a live, virtual concert titled Jagged Live in NYC: A Broadway Reunion Concert.
Jagged Little Pill was recently nominated for FIFTEEN Tony Awards this year including Best Musical. The new musical features songs written by singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette whose popularity in the 1990s and 2000s won her multiple Grammy Awards and an American Music Award amongst others. The cast will include Elizabeth Stanley, Celia Rose Gooding, Sean Allan Krill, Derek Klena, Lauren Patten, Kathryn Gallagher, Antonio Cipriano, and more.
Alongside Morissette are two more female powerhouses leading the musical to become the most Tony-nominated musical. Diane Paulus is directing the show who is best known for her work on other Broadway musicals including Waitress, Finding Neverland, as well as the revivals of Pippin and Porgy and Bess. Academy Award-winning writer Diablo Cody wrote the original story and is best known for her film writing on Juno, Ricki and the Flash starring Meryl Streep, and the 2018 film Tully.
Tickets can be purchased on the new streaming ticketing platform Stellar. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased now for $27. General admission begins Nov. 16 and tickets will go up $33.
You can also purchase add-ons to your experience such as a swag bag full of Jagged Little Pill memorabilia, a behind-the-scenes book, and even wine(!). American Express Cardholders can also purchase a ticket that includes a special Q&A after the concert with the cast.
Jagged Live in NYC will happen on Dec. 13th @ 8pm ET and you can purchase your tickets here or even through your local theater. Jagged Little Pill is teaming up with theater across the country to help keep theaters open. When you purchase your ticket through any of the partnered theaters, a portion of the sale goes directly to support that theater.
The following theaters will be selling tickets:
National Theatrical Partners:
AT&T Performing Arts Center (Dallas, TX)
Blumenthal Performing Arts Center (Charlotte, NC)
Broadway Comes to Reno (Reno, NV)
Broadway in Detroit (Detroit, MI)
Broadway in Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA)
Broadway in Norfolk (Norfolk, VA)
Broadway in Richmond (Richmond, VA)
Broadway in Tucson (Tucson, AZ)
Broadway San Diego (San Diego, CA)
Broadway Spokane (Spokane, WA)
Broadway Utica (Utica, NY)
Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
The Bushnell (Hartford, CT)
Capitol Center for the Arts (Concord, NH)
Count Basie Center for the Arts (Red Bank, NJ)
Denver Center for the Performing Arts (Denver, CO)
Durham Performing Arts Center (Durham, NC)
The Grand Theater (Wausau, WI)
Hult Center for the Performing Arts (Eugene, OR)
Indiana University Auditorium (Bloomington, IN)
Iowa State Center (Ames, IA)
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (West Palm Beach, FL)
The National Theatre (Washington, DC)
OKC Broadway (Oklahoma City, OK)
The Orpheum Theatre (Memphis, TN)
River Center for the Performing Arts (Columbus, GA)
San Jose Center for the Performing Arts (San Jose, CA)
The Smith Center (Las Vegas, NV)
State Theatre New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ)
Straz Center for the Performing Arts (Tampa, FL)
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (Sarasota, FL)