Famed artist Alanis Morissette’s 1995 record Jagged Little Pill became a Broadway musical on December 5, 2019, according to Playbill. Jagged Little Pill was nominated for 15 Tony Awards, winning two in 2021. The cast recording has also won a Grammy Award. Jagged Little Pill the Musical will be at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music until January 15.
Joy, the Musical is now onstage at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) until December 30.
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella at Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre is spectacular, engaging, thrilling, and great fun. Douglas Carter Beane has worked his gay magic on a new book, making it even more enchanting.
The Wilma became for a few days The Temple of Terpsichore Urania when it hosted the stupendous BalletX
Was it the waxing moon, or the nearing of Mars to Earth? It was just BalletX, a fine company of dancers, celebrating their Fall Series at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. BalletX presented three works and a documentary explaining the genesis of those works. Love Letter, a world premiere by former BalletX dancer Caili Quan,…
Million Dollar Quartet Christmas, Book by Colin Escott, is the latest iteration of the hit Million Dollar Quartet, which was last seen at Bucks County Playhouse in 2018.
The covid pandemic closed the venue in March 2020, so it is especially wonderful that the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (hereinafter CMS) was invited to return to the bucolic Drew University campus in Madison, NJ.
The Royale, a drama by Marco Ramirez, is now onstage at St. Stephen’s Theater in Center City Philadelphia. The Lantern Theater Company has delivered an intense, incandescent performance by every actor involved. The energy explodes from the intimate theater-in-the-round. Most seats are no more than twenty feet away from the action.
The international classic musical Les Miserables returns to the Academy of Music until November 13. It is one of the finest musicals to appear in Philadelphia this year, and you must see it.
Famed author, raconteur, humorist, and radio, audiobook, and television personality David Sedaris appeared October 12 at the McCarter Theatre Center.