By Adam GwonTICKETS AVAILABLE SOON
February 11-21, 2021
Ordinary Days is a sweet and funny musical that celebrates the big impact of life’s small moments. A couple faces new challenges when they decide to move in together and a pair of strangers take trepidatious steps towards friendship when their paths cross unexpectedly. Their lives collide in surprising ways in this sort-of-fairy tale set in the chaos of New York City.
“It’s a beguiling little tale, set to Gwon’s effervescent, urban-romantic melodies” – Washington Post
“Mr. Gwon’s lovely score…filled as it is with hope and humor and desolation, evokes what Mr. Sondheim’s lyric calls ‘a city of strangers’” – New York Times
Available on demand from February 11 through February 21.
Ordinary Days is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals. www.concordtheatricals.com
Adam Gwon is an American composer and lyricist, named one of “50 to Watch” by The Dramatist magazine. He attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. For his work, Gwon has received the Fred Ebb Award, the Richard Rodgers Award, the Kleban Award, and the Frederick Loewe Award, among others. His songs have been sung by celebrated performers such as Audra McDonald and Kelli O’Hara in venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. He served on the Tony Award Nominating Committee for several years, and he is on the board of Roundabout Theatre Company. Gwon’s most notable work is his 2008 musical Ordinary Days. The show has had two off-Broadway engagements and has been celebrated by publications such as the New York Times and the LA Times.