A semi, could-be, quasi, sort-of fairytale…
New York City, 2006. George Bush is president, Borat impersonations are all the rage, and all the cool kids are listening to Nelly Furtado on their iPod Classics. Among all this, four hapless strangers are united by fate: fiery Deb, optimistic Warren, hopelessly romantic Jason, and self-possessed Claire. This fun and upbeat musical at KWLT is all about finding beauty in everyday life, and the value of human connection in difficult times.
Ordinary Days runs from June 8 to June 24 on Thursday through Saturday nights, with curtain at 8pm each night. We anticipate a runtime of about an hour and a half, with no intermission. Tickets are $20 in advance (plus service fees), $25 at the door, with discounts available for KWLT members, groups of six or more patrons, and youths and seniors. There are a limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets available each night at the door.
The performances on June 9, June 17, and June 22 will be presented with heightened restrictions to accommodate the COVID-cautious, including a lower audience capacity and required masking.
Please note that online ticket sales are available up until 4 hours before the performance. Even then, there may still be walk-in tickets available, so please arrive before showtime!
Ordinary Days is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals.
9 Princess Street East