Alice Ripley Joins 'Isn't It Delicious' Movie
Tony Award winner Alice Ripley has joined the cast of 'Isn't It Delicious,' according to Courant.com. She joins Keir Dullea, Mia Dillon, Kathleen Chalfant and Malachy McCourt.
Recently described as a "force of nature" by Variety, Alice Ripley recently completed her stint as Diana Goodman in the national tour of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, Next to Normal. Her other Broadway credits include The Who's Tommy, Sunset Boulevard, King David, Les Miserables and The Rocky Horror Show.
Winner of the Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway production of Next to Normal, Ripley boasts a Broadway career that spans over three decades.
She has written over one hundred songs and she records and performs regularly with her band RIPLEY. Her first solo album, "Everything's Fine", was released in 2001 by Sh-K-Boom Records.
"Isn't It Delicious" is described by the paper as a black comedy about a loving but dysfunctional Catholic, upper-middle-class family gathering after it learns its controlling matriarch is dying of cancer. Michael Patrick Kelly directs.
The film is filming in Connecticut throughout August.