The School of Humanities’ theatre and music programs will present their spring musical, “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” April 12 through 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Enrichment Center theatre on campus.
This rock musical follows America's seventh president, Andrew Jackson, from his early days as a child to his controversial time in the White House. Along the way, he meets his wife, Rachel, takes on the Founding Fathers, and rocks like no political figure has ever rocked before.
The musical is directed by Robert Campbell, lecturer in theater and musically directed by Dr. Adam Gustafson, assistant teaching professor of music.
Students, faculty, and staff tickets are $5. General admission tickets are $10.
The show contains strong language, violence, and loud volume. Mature audiences only are encouraged to attend.
For more information and to reserve your tickets, visit harrisburg.psu.edu/boxoffice.