Olivia Wilde's winning directorial debut uses the Alanis Morissette classic as a call to arms. Here's the inside story.
The show is inspired by the "themes and emotions" of Alanis Morissette's iconic Grammy-winning album.
Like the things mentioned in Morissette's song, "Ironic," nothing that Trump is griping about is actually ironic.
From Wilco and Beyonce to Jagger and Bowie.
The singer-songwriter wants to shatter the stigma surrounding the disorder.
It will premiere in May 2018.
Jonathan Todd Schwartz stole around $5 million from the singer to support his lavish lifestyle.
He took nearly $5 million from the singer, plus more from other celebs.
I was only 17 when I first heard it, a senior in high school. I was a sheltered kid in the suburbs with an intact family with no troubled past, ready to head off to a renowned university. I knew nothing about the world or its injustices, but somehow, I identified with her anger.
Back in 1995, however, Morissette lent a voice to feminists, gay men, lapsed Catholics, and others. Her music and voice displayed a repressed angst that sold incredibly well since many could identify with it.
Now you can deal with all your issues that may have been under rug swept.
Isn't it bawk, bawk, bawk. Don't ya think?