The Great Gatsby
Sat 23 May ’2020:00Hertog Jan Zaal
Directed by Servé Hermans, we see how Jay Gatsby lies about his life in order to look more successful, richer and more attactive to his unattainable true love. But there seems to be a limit to a fabricated life.
Jay Gatsby is a rich and mysterious veteran from the First World War. He has made his way to the upper class of society. His estate shimmers with fashionable young people who drink and dance. But Gatsby, young, handsome and terribly rich, seems to be a loner among the crowd. Step by step, the unmasking of the charismatic and modern anti-hero Gatsby unfolds.
- See the preview-video in English
- This performance is provided with English surtitles
featuring Jeroen van Koningsbrugge, Kimberley Agyarko, Daan van Dijsseldonk, Elisabeth De Loore, Liza Macedos dos Santos, Rogier Philipoom, Anne-Chris Schulting, Dries Vanhegen, Lies Verholle en Stijn Vervoort / novel F. Scott Fitzgerald / adaptation Jibbe Willems / director Servé Hermans