Odyssey Theatre Video

Next year, Odyssey Theatre marks its 35th anniversary!  For 34 years, our award-winning productions have been enthusiastically received by audiences and critics.  We are renowned for our performances incorporating masks, physical movement, innovative staging, original music, and imaginative sets and costumes.  We have created over 40 productions of original plays and new translations.

To see more about Odyssey’s past work and future projects, watch our new short video.

Video by Andrew Alexander

Featuring: The Bonds of Interest (By Jacinto Benavente; Translation by Catherine Boyle and Laurie Steven; Directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Ross Mullan, Anurag Choudhury, Stavros Sakiadis, Mitchel Rose, Bruce Spinney, Maryse Fernandes, Soo Garay, Scott Maudsley, Neta J. Rose, Erin Eldershaw, William Beddoe, Scott McCulloch; Set design by Barry Padolsky; Costume design by Vanessa Imeson; Mask and Makeup design by Clelia Scala; Lighting design by Graham Price; Sound design by Venessa Lachance; Choreography by Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière; Stage managed by Susan D. Currie.); A Guy Named Joe (Written and directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Nicholas Di Gaetano, Scott McCulloch, Cory Doran, Scott Florence, Mark Huisman, Alex Guard, Thea Nikolic; Set and lighting design by Glenn Davidson; Costume design by Jennifer Triemstra; Masks, puppets, and special effects by Karen Rodd; Choreography by Pierre-Paul Savoie; Composition and musical direction by John Armstrong; Stage managed by Wendy Rockburn); The Servant of Two Masters (By Carlo Goldoni; Adapted and directed by Andy Massingham; Cast: Jesse Buck, Sean Sullivan, Lynne Griffin, Dana Fradkin, Maryse Fernandes, Adam Sanders, Zack Council, Sara Finn, Joshua Wiles; Set and mask design by Jerrard Smith; Costume design by Vanessa Imeson; Sound design by Steven Lafond; Lighting design by Ron Ward; Stage managed by Alexandra Maisonneuve); Lysistrata and the Temple of Gaia (Written and directed by David S. Craig; Cast: David Warburton, Catriona Leger, Shelley Simester, Natalia Gracious, Sarah Finn, Martin Julien, David daCosta, Lisa Norton; Set and mask design by Jerrad Smith; Costume design by Lori Hickling; Lighting design by Graham Price; Sound design by Rick Sacks; Choreography by Lola Ryan; Stage managed by Laurie Shannon); Bungsu and the Big Snake (By Lib Spry; Directed by Diana Fajrajsl; Cast: Alix Sideris, Beverley Wolfe, Jesse Aaron Dwyre, Michelle Girouard, Terry Judd, Claire Frances Muir, David Shelley; Set design by Katka Hubacek; Costume design by Stephanie Carter; Mask design by Karen Rodd; Sound design by Luc Martin; Lighting design by Lynn Cox; Stage managed by Tina Goralski); Ondine (By Jean Giraudoux; Translated and adapted by Joanne Miller and Laurie Steven; Directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Pierre Brault, Paulette Sinclair, Jeffrey Aarles, Bernard Arène, Laura Di Cicco, Mark Whitbread, Mireille Rancourt,  Susan Bonham, Robert Ross Parker, Cheron Martin, Sarah Bennett, Katie Layng, Zachary Smith, Craig Desson; Set design by Art Penson; Costume design by Teresa Przybylski; Mask design by Karen Rodd; Choreography by Xing Bang Fu; Composition by Paul Vaillancourt; Lighting design by Ron Ward; Stage managed by Judi Pearl); The Miser (By Molière; Translated and adapted by Lib Spry and Laurie Steven; Directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Robert Ross Parker, Jeffrey Aarles, Paul Griffin, Tanya Popert, Mark Whitbread, Stephen Guy-McGrath, Paulette Sinclair, Andrew Morphew, Susan Bonham; Set, costume, and props design by Art Penson; Mask design by Karen Rodd; Choreography by Valerie Dean; Composition by Paul Vaillancourt; Lighting design by Ron Ward; Stage managed by Erin Oke); Turandot (By Laurie Steven and Lib Spry; Directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Diana Fajrajsl, Laura DiCicco, Kathleen Egan, Tim Kohout, Henry Gauthier, Mark Whitbread, Mike Brunet, Bruce Spinney, Sarah Muff, Robin Black, Devon Taylor; Mask design by Karen Rodd; Costume design by Teresa Przybylski; Set design by Barry Padolsky; Choreography by Xing Bang Fu; Composition by Paul Vaillancourt; Lighting design by Ron Ward; Stage managed by Sarah Gale); Kamalay (Created and directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Jesse Buck, Beverley Wolfe, Jeffrey Aarles, Andrew Morphew, Robert Ross Parker, Susan Bonham, Sarah Chrétien-Melbourne, Lincoln Shand, Lisa Norton, Sarah Joy Bennet, Lindsay Milligan, Allison Patterson, Alistair Cheng, Matt Nemer, Andrew Watson; Set and costume design by Art Penson; Mask design by Karen Rodd; Choreography by Anne-Marie Gaston (Anjali); Composition by John Armstrong; Lighting design by Ron Ward; Stage managed by Erin Oke); Peter Chin; The Financier (By Alain-René Lesage; Translated by Laurie Steven and Joanne Miller; Directed by Laurie Steven; Cast: Jesse Buck, Andy Massingham, Alanna Bale, Chandel Gambles, Attila Clemann, Mark Huisman, John Doucet, Paulette Sinclair, Nichola Lawrence; Set and costume design by James Lavoi; Mask design by Almut Ellighaus; Music by Venessa Lachance; Lighting design by Glenn Davidson).