Alanis Morissette is the latest musician to have her music come alive on a Broadway stage.
Morissette’s 1995 LP, Jagged Little Pill, is coming to the Broadway stage.
Morissette announced the news on Friday, stating that the show will debuting in workshops some time in 2014. The show’s concept will be similar to other musicals based on tunes by artists such as Green Day, Billy Joel and The Beatles.
“I look forward to taking the heart of Jagged Little Pill and expanding its story, fleshing it out into ever deeper layers of emotionality, specificity, humanity, power, physicality, spirit and fabulism,” Morissette said in a statement.
The show, titled Jagged Little Pill, will feature all 13 tracks from the album, as well as songs from Morissette’s later albums and new songs written specifically for the show. Tom Kitt, who composed American Idiot with Green Day, will help Morissette with the composition of new songs.
Alanis Morissette welcomed a healthy baby boy, reports PEOPLE. Morisette and husband Mario ‘Souleye’ Treadway welcomed Ever Imre Morissette-Treadway, on Dec. 25th. The delivery was confirmed by a rep for the couple.
Morissette , 36, and Treadway, 30, married on May 22 at their Los Angeles home. The couple didn’t make Alanis’ pregnancy public knowledge until this past August.
After 17 days of smiles, tears, sadness, injuries and triumphant victories, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics finally came to an end last night, February 28, 2010. The ceremony was filled with performances by Michael Bublé, Nickelback, Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morissette,Neil Young and more. There were even appearances from a giant inflatable moose and beaver. The final medal standings had the United States in first place with 37 medals, Germany in second place with 30 medals and Canada in third place with 26 medals. Overall, the Olympics were quite enjoyable, but the closing ceremony left something to be desired.
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