The Jacksonian
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Acorn Theatre (New York City, NY)
410 West 42nd Street
New York City, NY 10036
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Jackson, Mississippi, 1964. When his wife kicks him out, respectable dentist Bill Perch (Ed Harris) moves into the seedy Jacksonian Motel. There, his downward spiral is punctuated by encounters with his teenage daughter, a gold-digging motel employee (Glenne Headly), a treacherous bartender (Bill Pullman), and his now estranged wife (Amy Madigan). Set against the investigation of a recent murder and climaxing in a crime of passion, The Jacksonian, brimming with suspense and dark humor, unearths the eerie tensions and madness in a town poisoned by racism. This play premiered at the Geffen Playhouse in February 2012 in a production directed by Robert Falls, featuring Ed Harris, Glenne Headly, Amy Madigan and Bill Pullman.

THE JACKSONIAN's 12/15 Performance to Benefit the Actors Fund
by BWW News Desk - December 9, 2013

The New Group production of Beth Henley's The Jacksonian - directed by Robert Falls and featuring Ed Harris,Glenne Headly, Amy Madigan, Bill Pullman and Juliet Brett - will offer a special performance to benefit The Actors Fund Dec. 15 at 8 PM. (more...)

BWW TV Exclusive: Chatting with the Cast of THE JACKSONIAN on Opening Night- Ed Harris, Bill Pullman, Amy Madigan & More!
by BroadwayWorld TV - November 9, 2013

The New Group launches its 2013-2014 season with the New York premiere of the Geffen Playhouse production of The Jacksonian, by Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley. Directed by Tony Award winner Robert Falls, this production features Ed Harris, Glenne Headly, Amy Madigan, Bill Pullman and Juliet Brett. Opening was Thursday night, November 7, and BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was there to chat with the whole gang at the after party. Check out what they had to say below! (more...)

Review: THE JACKSONIAN Offers Southern Fried Purgatory
by Michael Dale - November 9, 2013

Beth Henley's Southern Gothic comedy/drama pulls you in with its attention-grabbing characters and atmosphere but then leaves you wondering if it's ever going to take you anywhere. (more...)