“I’m Andrew Jackson, and I approve this message.” The title character in “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” now in previews at SpeakEasy Stage Company, doesn’t actually say that. But given how close this gonzo emo-rock musical comes to today’s political realities, he might as well. The show’s composer and lyricist, Michael Friedman, says Jackson “invented so many of the ways in which we look at politics.”
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