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Bernard B Jacobs Theater

242 W. 45th Street

Ninety minutes (no intermission)

October 13, 2010

Broadway Musical

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A Rock Star Look At American History

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets are going on sale at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. What is being slated as "a hit satirical emo-rock musical" the Public Theater has announced it will be transferring the production to Broadway for fall 2010. The show went through a previous run at the Public’s LAB and main stage, which began on May 2009. So it's official, the 7th President Of The United States, Andrew Jackson, will take to the big stage. Probably most notable in history as an opponent of the Electoral College rather than a theater buff the news is already making noise.

Alex Timbers has written the book with music and lyrics written by Michael Friedman. Mr. Timbers will be directing the production as well as Paul Rubens “The Pee-wee Herman Show” also set to open in fall 2010. Actor Benjamin Walker will retain the lead role of Andrew Jackson from the Public's transfer alongside his wife Rachel played by Maria Elena Ramirez. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets could just be a surprise box office smash for the new fall openings coming to Broadway.

The Show

History buffs take heed, the show is cemented in satire and not based within complete factual accounts. A somewhat perfect blend or rock musical meets the Wild West while distorting truths of our countries past for the pure delight of entertainment. The work succeeds with a sometimes audacious glance into one of America's most controversial Presidents. The man who is credited for inventing today's Democratic Party, signing the Indian Removal Act and practically doubling the size of the country. There are little historically accurate details of political leaders nor events to focus on. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a thrill-a-minute high voltage stage show which when it does not leave you in hysterics or pondering it's inventive look at post-modern history will just leave you enjoying its mayhem.

The experimental company Les Freres Corbusier, based out of New York, developed the musical. In August of 2006 Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson began its first workshop productions at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and again in May 2007 at the New 42nd Street Studios. The stage show would see it's premier in Los Angeles at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in January 2008. The non-profit art's organization "Center Theatre Group" handled production with a cast of Sebastian Arcelus, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Darren Goldstein and Kevin Del Aguila.

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets sold for the "Off-Broadway" May 2009 opening at the Public Theater which was adapted into a concert version for a brief run. The show would return for a second time, including previews, between March 23 to June 27, 2010 with original actors Darren Goldstein, Greg Hildreth, and Jeff Hiller remaining in the cast. Thanks to a mix of taking home the Outer Critics Circle Award in 2010 for "Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical," gaining an audience and receiving great reviews brings the production to the Broadway stage. Beginning previews at the Jacobs Theatre on September 21, 2010 and with an official opening night of October 13, 2010 now is your chance to grab Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets and pony up for what can only be called a Rough, raucous, and raunchy ride.

Tickets Information

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets are selling at the box office for between $51.50 and $131.50 at the box office. Premium seating and sold out performances are running between $92.00 and $250.00. You can view our great selection of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson tickets by clicking the link.

Show Times

Sat & Sun 2pm

Mon - Tue - Thu - Sun 7pm
Fri & Sat 8pm


Take the A, C, E Trains to 42nd Street and 8th Avenue.

Take the N, R, S, 1, 2, 3, 7, 9 trains to 42nd Street and Times Square.


Benjamin Walker - Andrew Jackson
Maria Elena Ramirez - Rachel Adams
Jeff Hiller - John Adams
Lucas Near-Verbrugghe - Van Buren
Ben Steinfeld - Monroe
Greg Hildreth - Red Eagle
Kate Cullen Roberts - Elizabeth
Emily Young - the Female Soloist
James Barry - the Male Soloist
Darren Goldstein, Bryce Pinkham and Nadia Quinn


Written and directed - Alex TimbersMusic and lyrics - Michael FriedmanChoreography - Danny Mefford
Scenic Design - Donyale Werle
Costume Design - Emily Rebholz
Lighting Design - Justin Townsend
Sound Design - Bart Fasbender

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