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!)
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.
KING LIZ is a soft-side, digestible narrative of how an unprepared, young talent’s life can be utterly eviscerated by a cutthroat industry bank-rolling rankings, stats, and corporate sponsorships, and a media who profits much more from his downfall than his success.
Surprisingly, there is a lot more to unpack in AFTERGLOW than just, the gay lifestyle, open marriage, or sexual climax.