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The Great Gatsby: The Immersive Show Tickets

Party at Gatsby's mansion in this hit immersive adaptation of the classic novel.
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About The Great Gatsby: The Immersive Show

Step back into the Roaring Twenties in this immersive production of The Great Gatsby, coming to America from a hit run in London. Get The Great Gatsby tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

The Great Gatsby play invites audiences to be guests at one of Jay Gatsby's lavish parties. A portion of the Park Central Hotel New York has been converted into Gatsby's Mansion, where attendees are greeted by jazz, liquor, excitement, and excess in every form. Within the room are the characters from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel — the rich and beautiful Daisy Buchanan, her husband Tom, wry narrator Nick Carraway, and of course, Gatsby himself.

Audiences watch scenes from The Great Gatsby unfold and can even interact with the characters in groups or one-on-one in various spaces. Attendees may just observe if they do not wish to interact; they are also encouraged, but not required, to wear 1920s-inspired attire.

Before this immersive The Great Gatsby came to New York, adapter/director Alexander Wright co-conceived the show with Brian Hook while running a pub in London. The show went on to run for seven years in London, making it the longest running immersive production there. The Great Gatsby has since been translated into two other languages and been performed in Ireland, South Korea, and Belgium, showing the worldwide appeal of Fitzgerald's story.

Fitzgerald first published The Great Gatsby in 1925, about a mysterious billionaire who, pining for the unavailable Daisy, throws his riches around in the hopes of winning her love. The book has since become a classic, earning the title of a Great American Novel and continuing to be ever-present in classrooms and in pop culture.

Most notably, The Great Gatsby received a 2013 film adaptation starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Fitzgerald's story has also appeared on stage multiple times before this iteration of The Great Gatsby off Broadway. The first stage adaptation was a 1926 Broadway play by Owen Davis; more recently, theatre company Elevator Repair Service created an eight-hour dramatization of the entire novel, Gatz, that received widespread acclaim.

Get The Great Gatsby theatre tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Run time

2 hours

Start date

June 6th, 2023

End date

August 27th, 2023

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Age

14+, and audience members under 18 must be accompanied by an adult over 18.

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600 Reviews

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

610 Reviews | 286 Followers
84
Great acting, Entertaining, Enchanting, Delightful, Clever

See it if An imaginative&@ times surreal rendition of Gatsby,a self-made millionaire.His friend Nick-perf by a talented actor-is drawn into his world*

Don’t see it if Please, do not expect the depth of FSF's seminal story. Go only if you'd enjoy an immersive show, including some dancing.

DOUG Rob NYC

DOUG Rob NYC

770 Reviews | 424 Followers
81
Interesting, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if 1920s wealth, decadence, and ostentation. Interesting interactive experience.

Don’t see it if This immersive experience requires lots of audience walking & movement.

XS2211

XS2211

314 Reviews | 188 Followers
87
Multi-talented actors, Uneven acting, Clever, Entertaining, Immersive theatre

See it if Not grand as Sleep No More, but similar concept, follow different character to get various piece of the puzzle. Smaller rooms are detailed..

Don’t see it if Main ballroom is bit plain. Friend and I were invited by the reporter, and they are great. Actors have their specialties, but uneven..

Patrick M 4

Patrick M 4

1212 Reviews | 345 Followers
83
Great staging, Great singing, Great acting, Entertaining, Clever

See it if you like being immersed in the times of a century ago - the music, decor, costumes and social life. Production is both intense and fun.

Don’t see it if you do not like getting involved a bit or do not want to move around or stand a bit. Felt like I missed something when groups went off con't

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Our Review

'The Great Gatsby — The Immersive Show' review — the 1920s are roaring again, old sport

4 of 5
26 Jun 2023, 02:00
Read our four-star review of The Great Gatsby — The Immersive Show, now in performances at the bespoke Gatsby Mansion in the Park Central Hotel New York.

The Great Gatsby: The Immersive Show cast and creative team

By: F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Alexander Wright
Director: Alexander Wright
Choreography: Holly Beasley-Garrigan
Cast list: Joel Acosta (as Jay Gatsby), Rob Brinkmann (as Nick Carraway), Jillian Anne Abaya (as Daisy Buchanan), Shahzeb Hussain (as Tom Buchanan), Stephanie Rocío (as Jordan Baker), Keivon Akbari (as George Wilson), Claire Saunders (as Myrtle Wilson), Mya Rosado-Tran (as Charlie McKee), Nicholas Caycedo (as Joey), Kiki Burns (as Lucille), Anika Braganza (as Gilda), Charlie Marcus (as Meyer Wolfsheim), Jeremiah Ginn (as Owl Eyes), Stephanie Cha (as Kitty Klipspringer)
Design: Casey Jay Andrews
Costumes: Vanessa Leuck
Lighting: Jeff Croiter
Sound: Peter Fitzgerald and Phil Grainger
Other info: Art direction by Shoko Kambara, fight direction by Tom Schall, music direction by Claire McKenzie

Venue

870 7th Ave, New York, NY, USA, 10019

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