Jagged Little Pill at Broadhurst Theatre

Jagged Little Pill Tickets

Broadhurst Theatre | New York, New York

This incredible musical will delight musical fans, old and new, thanks to the five-star talent that makes up the cast. Through breathtaking choreography and the raw power of an onstage band, JAGGED LITTLE PILL creates a spellbinding musical experience that lifts its audience from moments of quiet, tender intimacy to true rock ‘n’ roll release. The result is an electric, fearless look at what it means to be alive in 21st century America and an urgent call for us to come together even as the world pushes us apart. So if you don’t want to miss out on the most anticipated show of 2020, make sure you secure your tickets to see Jagged Little Pill live on Tuesday 29th September 2020 while supplies last!

Jagged Little Pill at Broadhurst Theatre

If you are visiting New York City, New York, the one place you can’t afford to skip is the iconic Broadhurst Theatre. Not only does the Broadhurst Theatre brings some of the most thrilling musical theater shows to their stage, but they also provide fans and guests everything they need for a timeless experience. The latest on the list of incredible shows taking to their stage is the stunning rock musical, Jagged Little Pill! 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 performance 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 are searching for an second to none way to spend your Tuesday night, then you can’t make a mistake by visiting the Broadhurst Theatre for any of their upcoming shows!

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