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Ordinary Days

April 20, 2024

RGC Theatre and 3S Artspace present
Book, lyrics, and music by
Adam Gwon

Saturday, April 20
Doors 7pm / Show 7:30pm
All ages / Seated
Pay-what-you-choose (starting at $25)


Set on the bustling streets and sidewalks of New York City, Ordinary Days singles out four average New Yorkers whose lives end up unexpectedly entwined: Warren, a budding artist who balances his own creative aspirations with cat-sitting for an imprisoned mentor; Deb, an ambitious suburban girl turned grad student whose life is fast becoming a thesis study in uncertainty; Jason, a thirtysomething romantic who cannot understand why his relationship with the woman he loves has stalled; and Claire, Jason's reluctant lover held emotionally captive by a wound she shares with no one. As these four characters flounder through all-too-familiar everyday obstacles, they slowly edge closer to connecting with each other—and to understanding that an ordinary event can have extraordinary effects.

ORDINARY DAYS is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals.

Production contains sparse strong language.


“Filled...with hope and humor and desolation.” – The New York Times

“Adam Gwon’s sensational new musical is a breath of fresh air. It’s tight, succinct and full of revelations...It’s remarkably realistic, brutally honest and filled with the hopes and dreams of four young people on the brink of new discoveries.” – Chicago Theatre Review

“This is one sweet, quietly extraordinary musical that cleanses the soul, lifts the spirit, and reminds you what you love about New York.” – Stage Left


Cast :
Claire … Nicole Jones
Jason … Ben Hunton
Deb … Katelin Garland
Warren … Joseph Solari-Howard
Standby Claire … Sharleigh Thomson
Standby Jason … Kyle Aarons
Standby Deb … Jordan C. Formichelli
Standby Warren … John Masse

A standby performer is a dedicated theatre artist outside of the main cast of the performance responsible for learning the role in case of illness, injury, et. cetera. The industry of theatre could not be what it is without the support of standbys and understudy artists.

Production Team:
Production Management … Ro Gavin , John Masse
Music Direction … Breanne Aria Battey
Direction and Movement … Ro Gavin
Assistant to the Director … Geehae Moon
Stage Management … Kat Mail
Scenic Design and Properties … Jill Gordon
Lighting Design and Projections … Casey Dalke
Costume Design … Victoria Carot


Praise for RGC Theatre:
“Absolutely the hottest up-and-coming new producing theatre on the Seacoast.” -Lisa Gibson

“As an audience member, I’ve never seen a group with more love and care for each other.” -Will Saxe

“I have loved seeing RGC Theatre productions - they're always electrifying and brilliantly crafted” -Sharleigh Thomson

About RGC Theatre:
Ro Gavin Collaborative Theatre is an award winning outlet for the arts in New Hampshire, with a focus on presenting theatre that is unconstrained and inclusive. RGC Theatre offers a unique experience for theatre artists by providing an auspicious environment for artists to create with ingenuity.

After 12 years of working onstage and behind the scenes for a variety of New England theatre companies, Ro Gavin was able to establish RGC Theatre in 2021 with the support of Nicole Jones and Andrew Pinard.

RGC Theatre Administration Team
Executive Director … Ro Gavin
Associate Director … John Masse
Business Manager … Nicole Jones

TikTok: @rgctheatre


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