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A Horse Overhead
The Broadway musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” blends a rock score with a mini-history lesson about America’s seventh president. During a tour of the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater, where the show opens this week, three members of the show’s creative team — Donyale Werle, set designer; Kenneth Grady Barker, lead sculptor; and Justin Townsend, lighting designer — narrated a look at some details of the set.
Click on a photo to hear their audio commentary and see more images.