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Plays & Players Theatre
1714 Delancey Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
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"Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"
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2 stars
attended Feb 02 2013

Why didn't they produce the one-act version as it was presented on Broadway? This version ran 2 1/2 hours. It was slowly paced, plodded along, and simply wasn't very good. I wanted to like the show and was very dissappointed. Thank goodness...continued

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attended Jan 23 2013

This is one of the worst plays ever presented on the stage of the 105 year old Plays & Players Theatre. A bunch of hippie-like characters involved in all sorts of crazy, obscene, and manic behavior, while desecrating American history. The show is...continued

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attended Jan 26 2013

Players spin on BLOODY BLOODY was often comical and humorous and they definitely went for high camp, sometimes successful, sometimes not. Dancing about in a tutu, drooling screaming nutbags, CHER, and squirting blood everywhere were all on...continued

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“There is no show in town that more astutely reflects the state of this nation than Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.” — The New York Times

Description

Directed by Daniel Student 

Starring Joe Sabatino as Andrew Jackson. Also featuring Allison Caw, Max Cove, Jamison Foreman, Billy Kametz, Sam Nagel, Kristen Norine, Brendan Norton, Corey Regensburg, Shannon Remley, Tim Rinehart, Meggie Siegrist, and Josh Totora. 

Music Direction by Jamison Foreman, Choreography by Heather Cole, Fight Choreography by Terri McIntyre, Dramaturgy by Nelson Barre and Lena Barnard, Assistant Direction by Laurel Hostek, Set Design by Lance Kniskern, Light Design by Andrew Cowles, Costume Design by Jill Keys, Sound Design by Kyle Yackoski, and Props by Ben Storey.