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Performed: 18-28 February 2016; "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," was written by Alex Timbers with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman. The musical was directed by Michael Boynton, music director was Jeremy Stovall, choreography by Kayleigh Smith, stage management by Ellen Marie Peck, scenic design by Jessica Reaves, lighting design by Robert Graham and Jennifer Rose Ivey, costumes by Randy Blades, hair and makeup by Sadie Bell Freeman, sound by Robert Graham, projections by Patrice Anderson, Todd Edwards, Jason St. John, props by Marcy Hester. This item is contained within the Theatre & Film Production Archive.


This performance was held in the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center Theatre.


  • Cody Hays -- Andrew Jackson
  • Tamara Levi -- Storyteller
  • Aaron Martin -- Bandleader/Ensemble
  • Susan Grace Catrett -- Rachel Jackson
  • Ebony Antoine -- Black Fox/Ensemble
  • Patrick Jackson -- Lyncoya/Ensemble
  • Catie Stahlkuppe -- Ten Little Indians Solo/Ensemble
  • Brooke Elam -- John Quincy Adams/Ensemble
  • Jessika Holmes -- Henry Clay/Ensemble
  • Audrae Peterson -- John Calhoun/Ensemble
  • Macon Prickett -- Martin Van Buren/Ensemble
  • Megan Wise -- James Monroe/Ensemble
  • Savannah Jones -- Storyteller/Ensemble
  • Harrison McDaniel -- Ensemble
  • Alex McFry -- Ensemble
  • Alexis Loren Robinson -- Ensemble
  • Ralph Wheeler -- Musician (Guitar)
  • Robbie Rockwell -- Musician (Bass)
  • Jeremy Benson -- Musician (Keyboard)
  • Philip Treutel -- Musician (Drums)


The original items are located in the Library’s Alabama Gallery Special Collections.


Jacksonville State University -- History, College and school drama, Theater programs, Musicals


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Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (2016) | Program