On every level, the design for Broadway’s Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is about bear-hugging the audience for 90 minutes, with an actual bear or two thrown in. “I wanted to create a world in which one couldn’t tell the difference between a lighting idea or a scenic one; it was all compiled into a total experience,” says LD Justin Townsend. “Many of the fixtures I simply strapped to the set or created compositions of hanging units in the exact same way that Donyale does in her ‘mash-up’ ...
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