Video: Watch Choreographer Dominique Kelley Perform 'New Money' With the Ensemble of The Great Gatsby | Playbill

Video Video: Watch Choreographer Dominique Kelley Perform 'New Money' With the Ensemble of The Great Gatsby

Previews have begun for The Great Gatsby at The Broadway Theatre

The party is just getting started over at The Great Gatsby! To celebrate the show's first preview March 29, the production has released a first look at just how great of a party it is. See the musical's ensemble, led by choreographer Dominique Kelley, perform a section of the show, called "New Money," in the video above. The Great Gatsby opens at the Broadway Theatre April 25. 

From the page to the stage, the timeless F. Scott Fitzgerald classic novel is bringing the roaring '20s directly to audiences at The Broadway Theatre. The story follows millionaire Jay Gatsby (played by Jeremy Jordan) and his tragic, insatiable pursuit for a wealthy young woman he loved in his youth, Daisy Buchanan (played by Eva Noblezada).

The cast also includes Noah J. Ricketts as Nick Carraway, Samantha Pauly as Jordan Baker, Sara Chase as Myrtle Wilson, John Zdrojeski as Tom Buchanan, Paul Whitty as George Wilson, and Eric Anderson as Wolfsheim.

The Great Gatsby features music and lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Jason Howland. The book was written by Kait Kerrigan. Marc Bruni directs with choreography by Dominique Kelley. The production also features scenic and projection design by Paul Tate de Poo III, costume design by Linda Cho, lighting design by Cory Pattak, sound design by Brian Ronan, hair and wig design by Charles G. LaPointe and Rachael Geier, arrangements by Jason Howland, orchestrations by Howland and Kim Scharnberg, and musical direction by Daniel Edmonds. The music producer is Billy Jay Stein for Strike Audio.

Casting is by C12 Casting and the production stage manager is Brian Bogin. Mark Shacket of Foresight Theatrical serves as executive producer.

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