Trey Graham leads off this week’s arts section with reviews of two slightly macabre musicals: The touring Addams Family at the Kennedy Center and the buzzy Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at Studio 2ndStage. Shani Hilton reviews Go-Go Live, Natalie Hopkinson‘s book about D.C.’s evolving relationship with its homegrown sound. Kriston Capps checks out “Natural Fallacy,” a group exhibit from 229Collective that includes lots of New York-D.C.-hyphenate artists. Tricia Olszewski reviews Unforgivable, the scatter-shot new film from André Téchiné. And Arts Desk writers offer their nominations for a new home for the Corcoran Gallery of Art.