A BEAUTIFUL TALE ABOUT LIFE AND LOVE IN A LOST AMERICA, COMES TO MELBOURNE JUNE 2017
Adam Gwon’s heartfelt and insightful look at life in modern-day New York, Ordinary Days comes to Melbourne this June, as part of the unmissable Chump Days double bill presented by Pursued by Bear. Everyone has a story.
Set against New York’s sprawling metropolis, this contemporary chamber musical celebrates the amazing and unexpected ways in which our stories intersect. A proven Musical Theatre cult hit with a sensational score by Adam Gwon, Ordinary Days delves with humorous insight into modern love, finding connection, and the beauty of our everyday lives. With refreshing honesty and poignant accuracy, Ordinary Days captures the moments where four stories intersect in a city of 8.3 million to create something resplendent and unique.
Director, Tyran Parke and Musical Director, Stephanie Lewendon-Lowe have assembled an extraordinary cast to bring these incredible stories to life. The cast is comprised of Brittanie Shipway (Big Fish, The Voice) as Claire, Matthew Hamilton (Once, Georgy Girl, Dreamlover) as Jason, Joel Granger (Big Fish, Sweeney Todd, The Gathering) as Warren and introducing Nicola Bowman as Deb.
Ordinary Days will be staged as a unique double bill, alongside Lin Manuel Miranda’s 15-minute musical, 21 Chump Street.
Early bird tickets are available for just $50 until Friday 5th May.
CHUMP DAYS – An unmissable double bill Chapel Off Chapel 8 – 18 June