One Act, Book Musical, Pop / Rock, Rated R
Original Broadway Version
An exhilarating and raucous look at one of our nation's founding rock stars, reinventing the life of our seventh president.
A.J. kicked British butt, shafted the Indians and smacked down the
Spaniards all in the name of these United States--who cares if he didn't
have permission? Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson creators Michael Friedman and Alex Timbers cook up an alternate universe (and draw parallels to today's political/populist landscape) with their musical about the seventh U.S. president.
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson follows America's seventh president from his early days as a child on
the wild frontier to his controversial reign in the White House. With
divided into rich and poor (and with continued skirmishes with the
Native Americans upsetting pieces of the new world), Jackson begins his
from military strategist to populist rabble-rouser to President of the
United States. Along the way, he meets his wife, Rachel, takes on the
Fathers-and rocks like no political figure has ever rocked before, with
the help of an onstage trio and an entourage of singing, joking
cohorts. It also asks the question, is wanting to have a beer with someone reason enough to elect him? What if he's really, really hot?
of outrageous comedy, anarchic theatricality and an infectious rock
score, this wildly entertaining 90-minute show is perfect for comedic actors and singers, with minimal dancing required. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is an actor-driven rather than design-dependent musical; it encourages breaking the fourth wall, audience participation, and rocking out!
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Between 1967 and 1973, three different musical stage versions of Gone with the Wind were performed in Japan, the latter of which was the most popular and ran six hours.