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Odyssey Theatre is Ottawa’s premier professional open-air theatre, celebrating our 34th season. We produce award-winning mask and movement-based performances that blend classic and contemporary art forms and incorporate diverse theatrical traditions from around the world. Our Theatre Under the Stars series transforms Ottawa’s beautiful Strathcona Park into a theatre venue that attracts thousands each year.

We are currently hiring seasonal positions for our summer production of The Bonds of Interest, by Nobel prize winning playwright Jacinto Benavente, directed by Odyssey Artistic Director Laurie Steven. The Bonds of Interest is a wickedly clever satire about self-interest, greed and corruption in the modern consumer driven world.

Box Office and Public Relations Officer, Digital Media and Social Media Officer and Community and Youth Coordinator: Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references by April 30, 2019.

Find out more about each position by clicking on the links below. For inquiries, please contact us via phone at 613-232-8407 or email at info@odysseytheatre.ca.

Job Notice – Box Office and Public Relations Officer

Job Notice – Digital Marketing and Social Media Officer

Job Notice – Community and Youth Coordinator


WELCOME MADELEINE

We are thrilled to welcome Madeleine Hall as our new Artistic Directing Intern for Odyssey’s 34th season!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madeleine Hall is an Ottawa-based theatre creator, writer, performer, and co-Artistic Director of the award-winning physical theatre collective Aplombusrhombus. Her full-length solo project Ethel premiered at the 2017 Ottawa Fringe, where it received festival awards for Outstanding New Work and Outstanding Overall Production, as well as Prix Rideau Award nominations for Outstanding New Creation and Outstanding Emerging Artist. Madeleine has led the development of numerous original creations, incorporating both physical and text vocabularies, which have been mounted at festivals across Canada, including national Fringe festivals and Ottawa’s undercurrents and Fresh Meat. Her teaching experience includes facilitating workshops and courses in theatre creation and performance at the University of Ottawa, The Ottawa School of Theatre, Canterbury High School, and The Ottawa School of Speech & Drama. She holds a BA from McGill University, and furthered her training at The Ottawa Theatre School and L’École Philippe Gaulier.

This Artistic Directing Internship is made possible thanks to the support of the Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Internships.