BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON PLAYS 90 MINUTES WITH NO INTERMISSION.
Tues at 7pm, Wed–Fri at 8pm; Sat at 5 & 9:30pm; Sun at 2 & 7pm
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Party like it’s 1829! Beginning on May 16, every Saturday night is an “Emo-cratic Party” at The Public. Purchase a ticket for the 9:30pm show of BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON for the populist price of only $49 and enjoy a drink of your choice – on us! One free drink per ticket holder, all beverages are allowed in the theater.
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Bloody Bloody Andrew JacksonDirected by Alex Timbers
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS' PICK
"The most entertaining and most perceptive political theater of the season." -Ben Brantley, The New York Times
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“A NEW BREED OF ROCK MUSICAL. This fist-pumping historical travesty has something for every disenfranchised groupie.” -David Cote, Time Out New York
"An intriguing, often outrageous look at American history, filtered through the satiric eye of ALEX TIMBERS and MICHAEL FRIEDMAN’s pulsating rock score." - Michael Kuchwara, Associated Press
“BENJAMIN WALKER is a sexy bundle of narcissism and fury. The energetic young cast play multiple roles with fearless verve. A rocking and roaring staging by Alex Timbers.” -David Sheward, Backstage
“Benjamin Walker has tons of rockstar sex appeal! Friedman’s score bursts with energized, instantly catchy pop tunes.” – David Cote, NY 1
BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON
Written and directed by Alex Timbers
Music and lyrics by Michael Friedman
With River Aguirre, James Barry, Michael Crane, Michael Dunn, Greg Hildreth, Jeff Hiller, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, Maria Elena Ramirez, Kate Cullen Roberts, Ben Steinfeld, Benjamin Walker, Colleen Werthmann, Emily Young
Playing now - June 27
BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, an audacious mix of historical fact and fiction, redefines America’s controversial seventh president -- the man who invented the Democratic Party, drove the Indians west, and ultimately doubled the size of our nation -- with a raucous blend of outrageous comedy, anarchic theatricality and an infectious emo rock score.
Co-produced with Center Theatre Group in association with Les Freres Corbusier.