I saw "Gatz" performed at the Public Theater a while back, by the ERS (Elevator Repair Service), and it was one of the most memorable -- for all the right reasons -- theater experiences I've had in my life. When they asked me for a donation for their benefit auction (which took place last night), I donated two hardcover "The Great Gatsby" editions, personalized with my own drawing. One depicts the suit Gatsby wore in the performance, a colorful delight. The other depicts Scott Shepherd in the role of the narrator, who reads the entire book while the rest of the ERS performs the action being narrated. It's long, but is over remarkably quickly because it's so engaging.