2800 Routh St., 168
Dallas, TX 75201
Region: Uptown & Oak Lawn
Until now, having lustful feelings for our founding fathers was the stuff of fetishes. Then a little musical came along that made America get all tight in the pants. It’s Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, a rockin’ tour of populism that modernizes our seventh president by stuffing him into a pair of skinny jeans. How else would he properly woo your vote? While at first blush the performance looks like a dash of School House Rock mixed with a heavy hand of Dashboard Confessional, upon further inspection you’ll see that our country has always loved a leading man placed in a position of power. So don’t be alarmed if Old Hickory gives you wood. Theatre Three is putting on the production; it has limited-seating previews beginning at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, with the official launch beginning on June 14 and running through July 7. Call 214-871-3300, or visit theatre3dallas.com. Check the Observer’s culture blog at dallasobserver.com/mixmaster for a chance to win tickets.
Fridays-Sundays, 7:30 p.m. Starts: June 24. Continues through July 7, 2012