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Ordinary Days – Old Joint Stock, Birmingham

The cast of Ordinary Days: Lisa MacGregor, Duncan Burt, James Edge, Alicia Barban

Music and Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Karl Steele Reviewer:  Selwyn Knight Claire and Jason are a couple trying to work out how to live together but pulling in different directions. Jason is intoxicated with his love for her; she is inexplicably more resistant. Deb has drifted into graduate school and - horror of horrors - has somehow lost her notes ...

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Ordinary Days – Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

Music and Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Natalia Scorer Musical Director: Patrick Stockbridge Reviewer: Scott Stait   It’s great to see Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days getting another outing on the fringe scene in London. A show that premiered at the Finborough in 2008, Gwon’s quietly affecting sung-through musical is a story of everyday life, love, loss and serendipity. From the bustling ...

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Ordinary Days – King’s Arms Theatre, Salford

Music &Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Leah Fogo Reviewer: Iain Sykes Four people in New York City, each in search of the big picture for their future, each afraid of letting go of their past. Ordinary Days, Adam Gwon’s musical of youthful doubt (which premiered in London in 2008), is a compelling and moving show in its latest incarnation from Top ...

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Ordinary Days – London Theatre Workshop, London

Music &Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Ray Rackham Reviewer: Christopher Hong The opening production of the first season programme for the newly established London Theatre Workshop in Fulhambrings the chamber musical Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon. As the title suggests, it is set on a day when four people’s lives change due to some chance occurrence. The set scattered with New ...

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Ordinary Days – Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

Music and Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Michael Richardson Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys [rating:4] The Touring Musical Theatre Company, Green Room, was created in 2011 with the aim of: “creating high quality, innovative theatrical productions” with “young, singing actors”. Here they tackle musical theatre wonder-kid Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days. From the loss of a notebook, a chain of events is set in ...

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