Set designer Donyale Werle brings the design into the house for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Audiences are lingering in the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre after performances of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Part of it is shock. The magnetic Benjamin Walker, clad in too-tight black jeans and whipping the nation into a frenzy with his rallying anthem “Populism, Yea Yea!” is not, to say the least, your grandmother’s Old Hickory. This slashing musical satire from New York’s ever-irreverent Les Freres Corbusier presents a portrait of our seventh president as a rampaging racist, a ...
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