Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson: The Irreverent Rock Musical
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The last date listed for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson was Saturday November 17, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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This new children's show combines stories, poems and music in a light-hearted look back at some of the great women who changed the course of history, including famed nurse Clara Barton, who founded the Red Cross. With profiles spanning different historical periods and regions, the original score features everything from soulful spirituals and fife and drum tunes to hip hop, rap and even some fun musical-theater parodies. Diamonds in the Sky is aimed at all ages and stars a talented cast of four. Learn More
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"Bloody, Bloody" was a theatrical triple threat; Creative, Entertaining and Informative. You could have lit a small city with the energy put out by these amazing performers. Loved the anachronistic touches and dialogue. If you want a show that makes you think and "discuss amongst yourselves" later, then do your civic duty and go learn more about this fascinating US Pres!
Quotes & Highlights
“Might just be the break-out hit of the season.” -Boston Theatre Review
“A raucous ride through American history.” -The Boston Globe
“History class was never as much fun.” -Metro-speakeasy-has-a-winner-with-bloody-bloody-andrew-jackson
This show contains adult language and content, and utilizes gunshot effects and a strobe light.
The show’s running time is one hour and 45 minutes, with no intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: SpeakEasy StageOver the past nineteen seasons, SpeakEasy Stage Company has distinguished itself as Boston's premier theater staging Boston premieres. Year after year, SpeakEasy has won acclaim for presenting top-quality productions of vital, cutting-edge plays.
Recently, SpeakEasy was singled out by Variety, the entertainment newspaper, as a force in regional theater and a champion of small, often overlooked musicals.