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If you don’t know Ordinary Days, learn it.
At the climax of the show, an artist realizes the work he’s done replicating another artist’s work and dissemination it hasn’t really fed his artistic soul. So on a whim he throws the replicated artwork off the rooftop of a building creating his own visual artistic masterpiece. Simultaneously, a woman down on the streets witnesses the falling papers and recalls the incident of 9/11. And in what should be a terrifying moment, becomes a realization of how to overcome the hurdles in her relationship.
Picture: Helen Ota, Michael C. Palma, Julia Cho and Scott Keiji Takeda. Photo by Keri Kaba-Dean. Music and Lyrics by Adam Gwon.

If you don’t know Ordinary Days, learn it.

At the climax of the show, an artist realizes the work he’s done replicating another artist’s work and dissemination it hasn’t really fed his artistic soul. So on a whim he throws the replicated artwork off the rooftop of a building creating his own visual artistic masterpiece. Simultaneously, a woman down on the streets witnesses the falling papers and recalls the incident of 9/11. And in what should be a terrifying moment, becomes a realization of how to overcome the hurdles in her relationship.

Picture: Helen Ota, Michael C. Palma, Julia Cho and Scott Keiji Takeda. Photo by Keri Kaba-Dean. Music and Lyrics by Adam Gwon.

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