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A.R.T.'s production truly a great 'Gatsby'

Summary by Boston Herald
As Jay Gatsby’s world crumbles around him, he tells his lone friend Nick Carraway, “I’ve murdered pieces of myself to stand on this marble.” Stand on this marble. Drive a Rolls Royce. Throw lavish, absurd parties in a lavish, absurd mansion to court wealthy socialite Daisy Buchanan. Like its source, F. Scott Fitzgerald 1925 novel  “The Great Gatsby,” American Repertory Theater’s “Gatsby” is obsessed with money: Who has it, who doesn’t, how do th…

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