Tom Kitt, Alanis Morissette and Diablo Cody. (Photo: Jenny Anderson)
Diablo Cody had become comfortable in Hollywood.  The screenwriter’s debut film “Juno” had won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay; Cody had created and helmed the television series “United States of Tara” and her other films, “Jennifer’s Body” and “Young Adult,” had developed into cult hits. But with that success came the desire to challenge herself with something new.  And so when presented with the opportunity to write the book for the “Jagged Little Pill” musical, with the stipulation that it be an original story, not an Alanis Morissette biography, Cody jumped at the chance.  “In theater, I had…

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