Whitney Bashor and Marc delaCruz Star in Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days, Opening Off-Broadway October 17

Off-Broadway News   Whitney Bashor and Marc delaCruz Star in Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days, Opening Off-Broadway October 17
 
The Keen Company production began previews October 2.
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Whitney Bashor and Marc delaCruz Carol Rosegg

The Keen Company presents the first New York revival of Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days, officially opening October 17 following previews that began October 2 Off-Broadway.

Directed by Keen Artistic Director Jonathan Silverstein, performances will continue through November 17.

The cast features Whitney Bashor (The Bridges of Madison County), Marc delaCruz (If/Then), Sarah Lynn Marion (2013 Jimmy Awards winner), and Kyle Sherman (Pete the Cat). The musical looks at how one person is capable of influencing complete strangers.

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Ordinary Days includes new orchestrations created for Keen by Tony winner Bruce Coughlin (The Light in the Piazza) with musical direction by John Bell, scenic design by Steven Kemp, costume design by Jennifer Paar, lighting design by Anshuman Bhatia, and sound design by Alex Hawthorn.

“I am so thrilled to start rehearsals for our revival of Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days with this wonderfully talented cast,” Silverstein said in an earlier statement. “Adam writes complex and distinctive characters and each of these actors bring their own unique gifts to his work. I am also eagerly anticipating getting back in the room with John Bell, my friend and colleague who was an integral part to creating our beautiful production of Marry Me a Little. And adding the gifted Bruce Coughlin into the mix to create new orchestrations will ensure our production will be a truly original version of Adam’s gorgeous musical.”

For more information, visit keencompany.org.

(Updated October 17, 2018)

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