“Ordinary Days” Makes Connections at Community Players

Community Players will explore the concept of finding one’s place in the world with
Ordinary Days. This beautiful musical opens the 2022-2023 season, running Sept. 9, 10, 16, 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 11, 18 at 2 p.m.

The box office, located at 412 Ella St., Beatrice, is open weekdays from noon to 5 p.m. and two hours prior to performances. Reservations can also be made by calling (402) 228-1801 or online at www.beatricecommunityplayers.com.

Over the course of several ordinary days, paths cross and maybe, just maybe this group of strangers will find what they are looking for, through beautiful music, relatable characters, and a generous mix of humor.

“When I was writing it felt like a very insular piece to me,” Adam Gwon, the show’s
composer, said in an interview for the theater’s ‘Places Please’ podcast. “This show for me was always about reminding ourselves to connect to the people and the life that’s right in front of us.”

“No matter where you are in your life journey, there are aspects of all four of these
characters that everyone can relate to,” Jamie Ulmer, Community Players managing artistic director, said. “Now more than ever people are asking where do they fit in, and how does their life make a difference to those around them, this musical explores those questions in beautiful ways.”

Playing the free spirit with big dreams, Warren, is Connor Husa. Elena Rinne appears as Deb, a frazzled graduate student struggling to find the focus of her thesis. Jason and Claire have just moved in together, taking their relationship to the next level, played by Brandon Clark and Natalie Frahm.

Ticket prices for Ordinary Days are $19 for adults and $13 for children and students.
Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

2022-2023 Season tickets are still available. With flexible passes which can be used in
any combination of our regular season shows in any combination, there is a subscription level that works for every budget. The rest of the regular season included Four Old Broads, A Christmas Story: The Musical, Murder on the Orient Express, Puffs, and The Music Man.

Community Players, an award-winning theater located in downtown Beatrice produces a variety of entertainment and educational programs featuring the talents of performers from throughout Southeast Nebraska. For more information call (402) 228-1801 or visit

Images are for demo purposes only and are properties of their respective owners. Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net