Philadelphia (WPVI) — The 15-time Tony Award nominee, Jagged Little Pill, is coming to the Kimmel Cultural Campus this January.
If you’re looking for a great gift for a theater lover or a way to ring in the new year, take a sneak peek at the touring performances coming to Philadelphia.
This is a so-called “jukebox musical” inspired by Alanis Morissette’s rock album of the same name.
Weaves her famous song with the pain of the fictional Healy family to tell their stories of healing and empowerment.
Allison Shepard, who plays Bella, said, “They have done a great job integrating these very iconic songs into our story.” and rooted in freedom of expression and individuality, standing up for what you believe in. This is the main foundation of what our show is written for: young people using their voices to demand change. “
The Healys seem like a perfect suburban family, but they are forced to choose between maintaining the status quo or facing the truth.
Dillon Crenna, who plays Nick Healy, said, “You’ll see a lot of mature themes. You’ll also experience hope and life, live from your mistakes, and move forward with a positive mindset.”
They hope their viewers will be inspired to live a more authentic and happy life.
Jagged Little Pill takes place January 3-15 at the Academy of Music.
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