Our periodic indoor productions invite audiences to follow us in new directions, with provocative stories and experimental staging that push boundaries. The humour is darker, focusing on social and political satire, with forays into the absurd.
Odyssey launched its indoor series in 2009 with an original play by Artistic Director Laurie Steven, A Guy Named Joe, a great success that CBC Radio called “…a masterpiece of mask work” in which the actors “worked like a perfect acrobatic team… they do almost like a dance with words.”
Laurie is working on her next indoor production, The Handless Maiden, a post-modern fairytale. Audiences will follow the quest of the Maiden as she tries to find psychological redemption, in a production with masks and puppets that weaves comedy and tragedy. Check back soon for more updates.