Jagged Live in NYC: A Broadway Reunion Concert
Time Out says
The cast of Broadway's Alanis Morissette musical Jagged Little Pill will share a stage in a live concert in December.
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If you’ve missed seeing cast members of Broadway shows perform together in the nine months since the Great White Way went dark, rest assured: They’ve missed you too. What’s more, they’ve missed each other. So here’s some good news for everyone: In December, the cast of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill will share a common stage for the first time since the shutdown began in Jagged Live in NYC: A Broadway Reunion Concert.
Reconvened in midtown New York, the company of Alanis Morissette jukebox musical will perform a live-only, hour-long concert of songs from the show on Sunday December 13, at 8pm EST (5pm PST). Jagged Little Pill’s director, Diane Paulus, will helm the concert; participating cast members include Elizabeth Stanley, Sean Allan Krill, Celia Rose Gooding, Derek Klena, Lauren Patten, Kathryn Gallagher and Antonio Cipriano.
Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10am EST today, November 16, and can be purchased here. If you buy them this week, they cost $27; on November 23, the price rises to $33. Special packages featuring JLP merch (including a face mask) and literature are also available, and are also discounted for early buyers. American Express cardholders have access to a special package that includes a post-show talkback with the cast.
Jagged Little Pill, which uses songs by Morissette to portray the inner turmoil of a superficially happy suburban family, features a book by Diablo Cody (Juno), choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and musical arrangements by Tom Kitt. It has been nominated for 15 Tony Awards, the most of any production in the abbreviated 2019–20 Broadway season.
The cast of Jagged Little Pill joined Morissette from separate locations in a virtual event in May to raise money for the Actors Fund, but now they will actually be performing together. And although the audiences still can't be there in person, Jagged Live is a happy step in the direction of the kind of show we've all been craving since March.