Jagged Little Pill, which takes its title from the 1995 album by singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette, is a show about a perfectly imperfect family living in a competitive suburban neighborhood in Connecticut.
If you like old-school creature features, this will be right up your alley! (Cue ghostly theremin sound effect!)
In total, California-born actors and actresses have garnered a total of 96 acting awards—40 Oscars, and 56 Primetime Emmys—all time. Among actors and actresses from all U.S. states and territories, those born in California have won the 2nd most awards.
After a shutdown of Theatre 68 in North Hollywood and Lounge Theatres in West Hollywood, powerhouse theater producers, Ronnie Marmo and Racquel Lehrman have combined forces to open the new, state-of-the-art, THEATRE 68 ARTS COMPLEX in the NoHo Arts District. The new venue will debut with the critically acclaimed one-man show “I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce” written and performed by Ronnie Marmo and directed by Tony Award-winning stage and television star, Joe Mantegna.
The art of love... has not been forgotten in David Ives’ period-ish comedy about people who are nuts about poetry. Ives’ play, THE METROMANIANCS, written in rhyming couplets, is a delightfully uproarious romp into the high style of comic poetic verse.
The award highlights MacDowell Fellow and visual artist’s generous support of women-identifying artists and will be presented by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and 2021 Edward MacDowell Medalist, Rosanne Cash, during October 17 celebration. Evening to feature works by artists supported by MacDowell and Anonymous Was A Woman, and an online auction.