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F. Scott Fitzgerald's THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED

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AN ORIGINAL JAZZ MUSICAL AT THE JEANNE RIMSKY THEATER FOR THREE DAYS ONLY! Before there was Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Beautiful and Damned: a story that delves into the psychological impact of, at first, having everything you've ever wanted. What first presents itself as a beautiful love story quickly turns harrowing as the characters struggle to keep themselves afloat. As New York City tumbles into the Jazz Age, Fitzgerald's characters tumble down a financial and psychological spiral they may never recover from. Written by 22-year-old Long Island native Brooke Di Spirito, under the direction of Westchester Sandbox Theater's Jason Summers, comes a collaboration you won't want to miss. The Beautiful and Damned features original music, exhilarating choreography, and a live orchestra. After three COVID cancellations, we couldn't be more excited to finally bring Fitzgerald's story to life. TICKETS START AT $25 HERE: https://m.bpt.me/event/5281737 CHECK OUT OUR FULL STORY HERE: https://news.northeastern.edu/2022/02/14/brooke-dispirito-fitzgerald-musical/

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