Ben Kalish and Victoria Greenlaw in AS LONG AS THE MOON SHINES, Theatre Odyssey's Best Play at the Third Annual Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival. Photo credit: Cliff Roles

New Student Workshop and a Call for Plays for the Fourth Annual Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival

Theatre Odyssey is calling for student play submissions for the Fourth Annual Student Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival. Original ten-minute play submissions can now be made by students who wish to enter the 2016 festival. The festival will be held January 15 and 16, 2016 at the Howard Studio Theatre at the State College of Florida. The… Read More


Theatre Odyssey Heading to Venice Stage

Six plays originally produced by Theatre Odyssey in this region will grace the Venice Theatre stage July 28 and 29, and August 11 and 12, in the Pinkerton, at 8 p.m. You may purchase tickets here. The plays are: A BOTTLE OF VODKA by Connie Schindewolf (Best Play, 2014) Dependency can be a shared quest… Read More

Theatre Odyssey's 2015 Ten-Minute Play Festival Reviewed in Ticket Sarasota

Play Festival Review Featured In Ticket Sarasota

Some icing on the cake of Theatre Odyssey’s best Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival yet: theatre and television critic Jay Handelman has followed up his recent piece on Theatre Odyssey, with a generous review of this year’s selected plays. As Jay mentioned in his article, it’s no easy feat to tell a story in 10 minutes,… Read More



HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, Arthur Keyser’s comedy about the meeting of two 101-year-old former high school classmates attending their 83rd class reunion and concluding they shouldn’t part ways without planning the big one—the 85th— won Best Play honors at the Tenth Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival.  The centenarians were performed by Dan Higgs and John Forsyth, and… Read More


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