“Ordinary Days” Insights

Q&A with Director Chase Ramsey

“Ordinary Days” composer Adam Gwon has done a pristine job telling a story through symbol and metaphor. His journey reads like a modern, musical Dickens novel. He is so completely precise on theme and conversation.

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Meet the Composer: Adam Gwon

Meet the Composer: Adam Gwon

People have been using words like “fresh” and “original” to describe Adam’s work, which the composer says likes best of all.

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New York Times Review of “Ordinary Days”: Genial, Quietly Affecting

New York Times Review of “Ordinary Days”: Genial, Quietly Affecting

“Ordinary Days” introduces a promising newcomer to our talent-hungry musical theater, the composer and lyricist Adam Gwon. Mr. Gwon writes crisp, fluid and often funny lyrics that reflect the racing minds of the four New Yorkers on a nervous search for their immediate futures.

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Washington Post Review of “Ordinary Days”: Extraordinary Charming

Washington Post Review of “Ordinary Days”: Extraordinary Charming

“Ordinary Days” is composer Adam Gwon’s sweet and tender survey of four youngish New Yorkers, fighting through the emotional noise and dramatic traffic to arrive at a clearer sense of who they are and what they want to be. It’s a beguiling little tale, set to Gwon’s effervescent, urban-romantic melodies.

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