The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

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Logan Poulter, Crystal Rodgers, Alex Walker, Ana Neavin, Azia Monk, Genesis Jacobs

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  • The Green Light
  • That must be Gatsby, I should call him. Miss Baker mentioned him at dinner. 
  • Daisy...
  • Party Turns Fight Club
  • Oh my god! He's a brute!
  • You're Gatsby?
  • I apologize, I'm Gatsby, old sport.
  • You're Gatsby?
  • After moving to West Egg, Nick visits his cousin, Daisy and her husband, Tom. He meets Jordan Baker and is told about his neighbor, Gatsby. When he returns home, Gatsby is looking out on the dock. 
  • Daisy's Change' Her Mine
  • Tell 'em that Daisy's change' her mine!
  • Nick and Tom go to a party to meet Tom's "other woman," who was mentioned by Jordan at the lunch from before. Myrtle, who is married (Tom's mistress), is punched by Tom after saying Daisy's name. This causes a commotion.
  • Tea For Two, Make That Three
  • I'm awfully glad to see you again
  • Nick goes to Gatsby's party, where he hears ridiculous rumours about how Gatsby acquired his money and who he is. In the midst of spreading one of the rumours himself, Nick meets Gatsby, recognizing him from the.
  • The Past Is Over
  • Can't repeat the past? Of course you can.
  • While driving recklessly, Jordan reveals a story of how Gatsby and Daisy met before proposing Nick invite Gatsby and Daisy to tea. She tells about how on Daisy's wedding day, she almost didn't go through with it. It shows it through a flashback where she throws away Tom's pearls.
  • Daisy, what's the matter?
  • Nick agrees to invite Gatsby and Daisy to tea. At first, Gatsby is nervous, but after Nick reveals that Daisy is nervous too, her and Gatsby are able to talk happily, Nick third wheeling until he excuses himself. 
  • We've met before
  • Days after tea, Daisy and Tom go to Gatsby's party. In the middle of it, Gatsby has to leave for business and Daisy, not wanting to, leaves with Tom. Taking the departure as a sign Daisy didn't like the party, Gatsby admits to Nick how much he loves and wants Daisy. Nick tells Gatsby he can't repeat the past. But, Gatsby is hopeful.
  • I wouldn't ask too much of her. You can't repeat the past.
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