PHOTO CALL: Off-Broadway's Extraordinary Ordinary, a New Musical About Modern Relationships

News   PHOTO CALL: Off-Broadway's Extraordinary Ordinary, a New Musical About Modern Relationships The Off-Broadway world premiere of The Extraordinary Ordinary, the new musical about a group of friends and lovers feeling their way toward middle age, opened Dec. 1 following previews from Nov. 29 at the Clurman Theatre in Theatre Row on West 42nd Street.

Performances run to Dec. 18 at the Clurman at 410 W. 42nd Street.

Dreamlight artistic director Chip Klose directs a company that includes Courtney Balan (Broadway's Cry-Baby, In My Life), Pamela Bob (Off-Broadway's People Like Us, Gay Divorce), Kristoffer Cusick (Broadway's Wicked, Saturday Night Fever), Patrick Oliver Jones (New York debut), Kelly McCormick (national tours of Les Miserables, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) and Jonathan Parkey (national tour of Duck for President).

Here is a look at the production:


 

According to Dreamlight, "The Extraordinary Ordinary follows a group of friends as they face the challenges of life in Manhattan and reveals how one life-altering event forces each of them to discover the extraordinary beauty in the most ordinary of days."

Performances are Monday through Wednesday at 7 PM and Thursday through Saturday at 8 PM. Tickets are $26.25 and available at www.TheExtraordinaryOrdinary.com or Telecharge.com.

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