It was recently announced that Alanis Morissette's 16-million-selling Jagged Little Pill is going to be turned into a Broadway musical. Here are some other popular albums from the '90s set to make the leap to the stage.
A genie Carlos Santana, stuck forever in a guitar, is rubbed back to life by a cynical record executive, who wishes for inexplicable hits by pairing up the Carlos Santana genie with today's most inoffensive and dispassionate pop stars.
Can four frat brothers still stay friends as adults, all the way through divorce, rehab, wildly disparate golf handicaps, and working at four different investment firms?
In this modern-day retelling of Romeo and Juliet, can The Jigsaw Jazz and The Get Fresh Flow be together, despite their rival, respective warring families, the Jives and the Jamboree Handouts?
In this reimagining of 1001 Arabian Nights, a mercenary rapper known only as "Hammer" wanders the land, charged with destroying sucker MCs with his solid-gold hammer... unless the sucker MCs can convince Hammer, through rap, that they are not, in fact, sucker MCs.
The Bible, told by an all-male cast of greasy dudes with their shirts off.
A musical that explores the question, what do 58-year-old dentists listen to when they attempt to seduce their 52-year-old secretaries?
This ensemble musical features couples hooking up, breaking up, and every five minutes a guy with a really deep voice ambles onto the stage, leans on his cane, and says, "Girl, I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to treat you bad, girl."
A Baby Boomer waiting in line to see Forrest Gump reflects on how great the '60s were, and he remembers great songs, how awesome the Vietnam War was, and how the Doors were a thing.