Ordinary Days is an original musical for anyone who's ever struggled to appreciate the simple things in a complex place.
Author Adam Gwon explains, “ Ordinary Days tells the stories of four people struggling to connect. It’s made up of pieces that, like its characters, reveal themselves to be part of a much bigger story than we might have first imagined. It’s about realizing that the pieces of our lives, as jumbled as they may seem, do fit together, even if we have to shift our perspective to see it.”
Tickets are available online. Admission is free for Pacific faculty, students and staff. General admission is $10 and students and seniors, $8.
Performances take place in Marsh Hall, Taylor Auditorium. The second floor performance space has elevator accessibility.
There are two evening performances and two matinee performances.
Ordinary Days is presented by the Pacific University Music Department.
Artistic Direction | Anne McKee Reed
Music Direction | Kaitlin Gilbert
Piano | Hannah Early