LGBT-friendly theatrical productions in Atlanta are almost always prominent, but this spring and summer there is quite an abundance indeed,...
Four young people in New York try to make connections and overcome their own ambitions in the musical “Ordinary Days,” currently being staged by Serenbe Playhouse.
Two of the four performers in the play are gay–Brian Clowdus, who founded Serenbe Playhouse, and Dustin Lewis, both of whom were featured in last year’s musical “Pageant.”
Clowdus plays Warren, a gay struggling artist who hands out flyers by days. Warren’s fag hag friend is Deb. Their relationship, which Clowdus compares to Jack and Karen from “Will and Grace,” is initially rocky but eventually they click. The other couple is Claire (Christy Baggett), who lost her companion in 9/11, and her new boyfriend, Jason (Lewis).