Jagged Little Pill Tickets
Broadhurst Theatre | Manhattan, New York
Just imagine it. You could be sitting alongside a sold-out crowd eagerly anticipating the minute when the curtains fall and the audience brings their hands together and welcome the new Jagged Little Pill to the stunning Broadhurst Theatre stage! Jagged Little Pill is so dense with plot that could have sustained solely on the original 12 songs from Morissette’s seminal, Diamond-certified 1995 album that gives the show its title. You’ll hear all of them framed within inspired contexts: “Ironic” is sung in a high school writing workshop, “Forgiven” is an act-one curtain closer set in a church that dramatizes an unsettling turning point in Mary Jane’s spiraling pill addiction. The show also features nine other favorites from Morissette’s later repertoire, including “Hands Clean,” “Thank U,” and “Uninvited.” Plus, two new songs have been written for the occasion, “Smiling” and “Predator.”! So if you don’t want to miss out, then click that Buy Tickets button today. But secure your tickets quick, because they won’t last long and once they’re gone, they’re gone for good.
In recent surveys and polls the world famous Broadhurst Theatre stands out as one of the top three venues in New York City. Many fans have even called it the “must-visit place to see Broadway musicals in New York”! The acclaim begins from the 5-star shows that are regularly playing at the Broadhurst Theatre giving audiences a taste of the Best of Broadway, and on Tuesday 31st May 2022, this will be no different because the highly regarded new musical, Jagged Little Pill is returning to the city! This spectacular show premiered on May 5th, 2018 at the iconicAmerican Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Since then, the musical has been blowing away audiences all over the world and winning awards left, right and centre. Being included in more than 5 different Honouree categories at the Outer Critics Circle Award’s in 2020, this show is certain to rack up more awards along the way. If you can only get to one musical this May, then make sure you go to the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City, New York!