The Great Gatsby

A period drama by Ken Duncum
From the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Directed by Laurie Mills
A love story with a savage sting
Season: July 8 to 29, 8pm
Matinees: July 9 & 16, 2pm

About the play

 

Set in 1920s New York, the story follows Nick Carraway as he moves into a world of wealth and indulgence through an association with his mysterious neighbour Jay Gatsby. As Nick is drawn further into Gatsby’s world, he is caught up in a story of love, longing and loss. Romance, yearning, gaiety, opulence, comedy, violence, betrayal, murder and tragedy – plus music
– the story ticks every box.

Set in 1920s New York, the story follows Nick Carraway as he moves into a world of wealth and indulgence through an association with his mysterious neighbour Jay Gatsby. As Nick is drawn further into Gatsby’s world, he is caught up in a story of love, longing and loss. Romance, yearning, gaiety, opulence, comedy, violence, betrayal, murder and tragedy –- plus music -– the story ticks every box.

By arrangement with Playmarket.

Auckland Council