Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
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BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON: THE CONCERT VERSION
Written and Directed by ALEX TIMBERS
Music and Lyrics by MICHAEL FRIEDMAN
A COLLABORATION BETWEEN CENTER THEATRE GROUP
AND THE PUBLIC THEATER
IN ASSOCIATION WITH LES FRERES CORBUSIER
Featuring DAVID AXELROD, JAMES BARRY, DARREN GOLDSTEIN, GREG HILDRETH, JEFF HILLER, LISA JOYCE, LUCAS NEAR-VERBRUGGHE, BRYCE PINKHAM, MARIA ELENA RAMIREZ, KATE CULLEN ROBERTS, BEN STEINFELD, BENJAMIN WALKER, COLLEEN WERTHMANN
THIS INFORMATION IS FOR THE 2009 PUBLIC LAB PRODUCTION.
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A fast-paced entertainment that takes a sharp, irreverent look at America’s seventh president, Andrew Jackson. This satirical epic reveals questions about the country we live in and the leaders we choose. From Obie winners Alex Timbers (A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant) and Michael Friedman (co-writer of Paris Commune in Public LAB 2007). New York Premiere.
Performance contains the use of fog, haze, and strobe effects. Running time: 90 min. with no intermission.TUESDAY NIGHT PUBLIC LAB SPEAKER SERIES: Please join us for the Public LAB Speaker Series, Tuesday nights following the performance, which will consist of engaging post-show conversations with the artists and notable panelists. Be sure to check back for the most up-to-date schedule and information.
Thursday, May 7
Feedback Session: Give us your thoughts! Following this performance, we will invite the audience to stay and share their feedback with BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON dramaturg Anne Davison. Please join us in the development of this work-in-progress.
Tuesday, May 12
Dramatizing the Past: A Conversation with Author/Director Alex Timbers and other panelists to be announced, moderated by Associate Artistic Director Mandy Hackett.Tuesday, May 19
Comedy and Politics: A Conversation with Public Theater 08-09 Season Playwrights Mike Daisey, Christopher Durang and Alex Timbers, moderated by Oskar Eustis.