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  • At the conclusion of the 1919 Spanish Flu, a murderer (the AXEMAN) crept through the streets causing mass hysteria. And apparently he loved jazz music. He wrote an op-ed to the Times-Picayune addressing the townsfolk of New Orleans, instructing each and every one of them, to play jazz music and a life would be spared. Presented as a radio drama for a trio of actors and accompanying jazz-based chamber ensemble, AXEMAN delves into the psychology of making profit off human suffering and an exploration of the American Dream.

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