Reviews and in the News


A Virtual Odyssey In the News!

Read all the Buzz about A Virtual Odyssey

June 16, 2020 – Interview with CTV Ottawa Morning Live about our summer youth programming: Watch Here

May 19, 2020 – Article in Apt613 about our shift to an all-digital format for the summerRead Here

April 28, 2020 – Interview with CBC’s All In a Day about the cancellation of our season and launch of A Virtual Odyssey. Listen Here

April 28, 2020 – Article in the Ottawa Citizen about the cancellation of our season and launch of A Virtual Odyssey. Read Here



Odyssey Theatre Launches Virtual Online Season

Odyssey to bring its creative magic to the virtual stage!

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Odyssey Theatre Launches Youth Programming this Summer!

Odyssey brings the magic of theatre to youth online!

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Odyssey Theatre Launches Strathcona Diaries!

Odyssey brings the stories of our favourite park to life!


Read, Watch and Listen all our Media for our 2019 Production of The Bonds of Interest!


Commedia with commentary in Odyssey Theatre’s latest production by Patrick Langston, Artsfile

“At first blush, you’d swear that Odyssey Theatre’s upcoming production, The Bonds of Interest by Spanish playwright Jacinto Benavente, was cherry-picked as a commentary on Donald Trump and his version of America.”

Game of Thrones actor returns to Ottawa Theatre by Darren Major, CBC News

“I’ve never really played a character like that in my life. So Laurie and I thought that this would probably be a good project for me to come back [to] and this looked like it was the right season.”

The Bonds of Interest: Jacinto Benavente’s Renewal of Spanish Theatre (1907), a significant choice for this new Odyssey beginning by Alvina Ruprecht, Capital Critics Circle

“There is a magnificent twist at the end, which is worth the whole evening”

Theatre Review: Odyssey Theatre’s The Bonds of Interest by Colin Noden, Apt613

“‘Ingenuity and Impudence are all we have,’ says Crispin. Throw in Imagination, a little Vaudeville pas de deux, love and chance, and an Oxford comma. Add a mask. A sprinkle of Shakespeare. The glamour of opera. And you have a must-see play.”

Odyssey Theatre’s Bonds of Interest unmasks flawed humanity with panache by Patrick Langston, Artsfile

“Movement on this set and under these lights is highly stylized […] At times it’s funny, at times it’s disquietingly vicious. Always, it’s clear that we are witnessing a heightened representation of human behaviour and one that both signals and masks the characters’ true intention.”

Ottawa Photos of the Week, CBC News

“Game of Thrones actor Ross Mullan returns to the Odyssey Theatre in Ottawa after being away for 26 years to star in The Bonds of Interest.”



William Beddoe from Odyssey Theatre tells us about their performance of The Bonds of Interest at Strathcona Park by Dylan Black, Rogers Daytime TV

Game of Thrones actor goes back to his roots with Ottawa Theatre Group, CBC News

The Bonds of Interest — Audience Reactions on Opening Night
We caught up with our audience members on opening night to see what they thought of The Bonds of Interest. Check out what they had to say about the show!  



Summer Theatre Round-Up Part Two, CBC In Town and Out with Giacomo Panico

Friday Arts Report with The Bonds of Interest‘s Assistant Director Madeleine Hall by Barbara Gray, CKCU FM 93.1