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Broadway News Here's How to Get Cheap Tickets to The Great Gatsby on Broadway

The production has announced rush and lottery ticket options, plus a box office opening celebration.

Noah J Ricketts and Samantha Pauly in The Great Gatsby at Paper Mill Playhouse Jeremy Daniel

Before previews begin March 29, the Broadway transfer of The Great Gatsby has announced their rush and lottery ticket options. The new musical, which premiered at Paper Mill Playhouse in fall 2023, officially opens April 25 at the Broadway Theatre. 

The production will offer an in-person rush, with student pricing availability. Each patron may buy up to two $40 tickets at the Broadway Theatre box office on the day of each performance, or $25 tickets with a valid student ID.  

A digital lottery will also be available via Telecharge. The lottery will be open from 12:00 AM to 3:00 PM beginning March 28 for the chance to win a limited number of $45 tickets for the following day's performance. Winners will be notified by email, and have five hours to claim and purchase their tickets. 

The production will also host a special box office opening celebration March 16 at 10:00 AM. The event will feature special guests, an exclusive commemorative gift item, and the opportunity to purchase up to four $50 tickets per person for the first two hours the box office is open. Tickets will be available for performances March 30-May 12, with locations in both the orchestra and the mezzanine.

As previously reported, the cast will be led by Jeremy Jordan (Newsies, Smash) as Jay Gatsby and Tony nominee Eva Noblezada (Hadestown, Miss Saigon) as Daisy Buchanan, each reprising their roles from the Paper Mill production. 

Jordan and Noblezada will be joined by Noah J. Ricketts (Frozen) as Nick Carraway, Samantha Pauly (Six) as Jordan Baker, Sara Chase (The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) as Myrtle Wilson, John Zdrojeski (Good Night Oscar) as Tom Buchanan, Paul Whitty (Come From Away, Once) as George Wilson, and Eric Anderson (Moulin Rouge! The Musical) as Wolfsheim. Ricketts, Pauly, Chase, Zdrojeski, and Whitty will reprise the roles they originated at Paper Mill.

The ensemble includes Raymond Edward Baynard (MJ: the Musical), Austin Colby (Frozen), Curtis Holland (Mean Girls), Traci Elaine Lee (Shucked), Dariana Mullen (The Great Gatsby at Paper Mill), Ryah Nixon (Boop! The Musical), Pascal Pastrana (A Beautiful Noise), Kayla Pecchioni (Paradise Square), Mariah Reshea Reives (Funny Girl), Dan Rosales (Trevor: The Musical), Dave Schoonover (Bad Cinderella), Derek Jordan Taylor (Funny Girl), Tanairi Sade Vazquez (On Your Feet!), and Katie Webber (Rock of Ages).

Rounding out the company are swings Kurt Csolak (Funny Girl), Carissa Gaughran (Pretty Woman), Samantha Pollino (Sweeney Todd), Alex Prakken (New York, New York), Jake Trammel (The Great Gatsby at Paper Mill), and Jasmine Pearl Villaroel (After Midnight).

Video: Why The Great Gatsby at Paper Mill Playhouse Is One Big 'Crazy' Party

The Great Gatsby features music and lyrics by Tony nominees Nathan Tysen (Paradise Square) and Jason Howland (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) and a book by Jonathan Larson Grant winner Kait Kerrigan (The Mad Ones). Marc Bruni (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) again directs with choreography by Dominique Kelley (Mariah’s Magical Christmas Special).

Set in the Roaring '20s, the musical follows eccentric millionaire Jay Gatsby, who will stop at nothing in his tragic pursuit of Daisy Buchanan, a wealthy young woman whom he loved in his youth. To make such a classic story fresh for the stage, Kerrigan previously said she wanted to take a closer look at the female characters.

Video: Watch Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada in a New Medley Music Video From The Great Gatsby

The Broadway premiere will also feature scenic and projection design by Paul Tate de Poo III, costume design by Tony winner Linda Cho, lighting design by Cory Pattak, sound design by Tony winner Brian Ronan, hair and wig design by Drama Desk winner 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 Grammy winner 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. The lead producer is Chunsoo Shin, a prominent figure of Korean theatre.

Read reviews for the Paper Mill world premiere here.

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