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The Stage
490 South First St. San Jose, CA 95113
408-283-7142
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22 events
13 reviews
10 stars
No late seating, so beware! And be patient when being directed to your seats/ getting your program. FYI, the even numbered seats are near the theatre door with odds opposite; all two-digit seat numbers (i.e., 29, 31, etc.) are on the "sides" with the three-digit ones (i.e., 102, 104, etc.) facing centre stage.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"
36 ratings
3.9 average rating
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12 events
12 reviews
20 stars
attended Jun 07 2012

I was really looking forward to this production and was disappointed. The script is inconsistent. The satirical parts were funny but the rest was less enjoyable. Some of the actors seemed to be working way too hard which made the delivery...continued

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 09 2012

Good music; bad singing. A lot of shouting; very little talent among the cast. Lyrics and screenplay truly BAD! Written for an unintelligent and unsophisticated audience. Gratuitous vulgarity, explicit language with no point, even from the...continued

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1 review
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attended Jun 07 2012

This production did not have the focus on the story that the script desperately called for. The acting was very comic and clownish. The actors seemed to be wrapped up in being silly instead of being their characters. Most of the characters were...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Insanely funny! Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson makes a bid for the smartest, sharpest new musical in years.” —Time Out
“Exhilarating and genuinely thought-provoking. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson oozes political relevance.” —USA Today

Description

Book by Alex Timbers

Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman

Directed by Rick Singleton