“It’s like throwing a pebble into the sea; you concentrate on the pebble, but the novel is about all the ripples that come when that splashes and hits.”
Theatre director and actor Eliot Giuralarocca discusses the challenges of creating the world of The Great Gatsby on stage for Blackeyed Theatre in 2016. Giuralarocca analyses the characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic, considering the relationship between Gatsby and Daisy, and questions what exactly makes Gatsby so great.
Giuralarocca provides insight into his directorial process for bringing the adaptation to life, detailing how projection was used to produce Gatsby's extravagant parties as well as represent emotions, and explains the role of music in his production.
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