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Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’s fresh theatrical treatment and novelty has rejuvenated the face of rock musicals. A rowdy blend of emo rock, sublimely woven plot and marvelous acting give a twist to the life of the seventh US president. The musical redefines his role as a rebel, warrior, office-holder and most importantly, a rock star. Playing at different theatres across the country, the show will soon be hitting your town. Don’t miss this sensational show and book your Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets now.
Masterfully written by Alex Timbers and musically defined by Michael Friedman, show’s ingenious theatrics and pulsating score presents history like never before. The musical was first staged at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in 2008. It created a buzz after a short run and invoked many future productions of the show. The musical opened in New York in 2009 at The Public Theater and played till June 2010. This inventive take on the US history excited the audiences and also received great reviews from the critics.
This warm reception brought the show to Broadway in 2010. Opening at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre for preview performances on September 21st, the show reached out to the public on 13th October, 2010. This bold effort was greatly admired by the critics and created the hype about the show. For the coming year, the show earned many awards and nominations.
The plot sheds light on the life of the seventh US president, Andrew Jackson. The book of the musical is written by Alex Timbers and it combines historical facts with fiction. The unparalleled musicianship of Michael Friedman adds a rocking touch to the plot and makes it worth enjoying for a variety of audiences. Musical numbers such as Populism, Yea, Yea!, I’m So That Guy and The Saddest Song complement as well as musically describe the plot.
Alex Timbers is a multiple-award winning director and writer. He has proved his abilities by producing hits like Peter and the Starcatcher and The Pee-Wee Herman Show. His artistry has won him numerous awards including Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards. Michael Friedman has contributed his skills in many famous productions such as A Raisin in the Sun, Saved and a theatrical adaption of The Fortress of Solitude. These two geniuses teamed up to take the rock musicals to a new dimension of success and reinvented the Broadway trends.
The lead of the show is wisely played by Benjamin Walker, who skillfully portrays the demanding moods of the protagonist of the story. The female ensemble and the joining cast members bring variety and add visual appeal to the show. By creatively combining history with pop-culture references, the show instantly connects to the audiences. Due to its unique balance, The New York Times calls the show “The most entertaining and most perceptive political theater of the season”.
The show has a rugged feel to it and its individualism based plot lean on to define the modern “American” of today. The score, full of thematic significance and performed with absolute conviction, turns the show into a theatrical experience that is never experienced before. The versatile cast members reveal political intricacies as the show progresses that makes it even more interesting. The scenic design and backdrop changes support the smooth progression of the show and guide the audiences through different eras and time periods.
The musical’s successful performances earned it a commercial and critical buzz and in 2010 it won a Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award for ‘Outstanding Book of a Musical’ and ‘Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical’. It also received two Tony Award nominations before finishing its Broadway run in 2011. This season, the show is once again revived at major theatres throughout the state and is set to break all the past success records. Get Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets and see the historical picture of America painted with emo rock.