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Alanis Morissette’s got one hand in her pocket, and the other one is writing a stage musical.
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Oscar-winner Diablo Cody wrote book for new show set to premiere in Boston.
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Jagged Little Pill changed Alanis Morissette's career and life in 1995, so it's only fitting in the Age of Infinite Revival that it be given new life on stage. The album containing hits like “Ironic,” “You Oughta Know,” and “Hand in My Pocket” will debut in 2018 as a stage musical.
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Jagged Little Pill will have its world premiere at the American Repertory Theater next year.
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Underneath the revealing dresses and the lightning-fast footwork, the message of the show is one of a fierce country that refuses to be put down.
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A dark-edged, tango-infused musical about the desaparecidos in Argentina makes its American debut.
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The show strips away the dialogue and relies on dance to tell the story of Arrabal, and of Argentina. It also strips away the politics of military dictatorship to reveal the raw emotion of the people who lived through that dark time. In pairing the two, the show’s conceivers hope they have created something immersive, moving and connective.
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It may be relatively early in the 2017 theater season, but it seems highly unlikely that anything you will see on Boston stages (or anywhere else) this year will pack the kind of visual, aural and emotional wallop that Arrabal – now making its United States premiere at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge – will deliver to the senses.
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What is easily the most stunning new musical to play on a Boston stage in some time is "Arrabal," Sergio Trujillo's piercing dance musical that revisits the dark period in Argentine history during the 1970s and 1980s when the country was ruled by military junta led by the brutal General Jorge Rafael Videla. 
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Arrabal, making its United States premiere at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, is a gorgeous, sensual show that tells its complicated political story through the media of music and dance.
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