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Violinist Jenny Armor

VIOLINIST TO ACCOMPANY FESTIVAL PLAYS

Jenny Armor, a 12-year-old music prodigy, will play violin interludes at Theatre Odyssey’s Tenth Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival. “Jenny comes to us thanks to the suggestion of our friends at Anna Maria Island Community Chorus and Orchestra,” said Tom Aposporos, Theatre Odyssey’s Board President. “She is trained in classical violin, and also plays bluegrass and… Read More


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Tickets Now Selling For All Performances

Theatre Odyssey’s tenth annual festival line-up of plays is almost an even divide between comedy and drama. “It is always impressive to me that these talented writers are able to tell a complete story so effectively in ten minutes, whether it is comic or serious,” said Theatre Odyssey Board President Tom Aposporos. To purchase tickets… Read More


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Theatre Odyssey Featured in Scene Magazine!

We are honored and delighted to be featured in the April issue of Sarasota’s exclusive SCENE Magazine. What a great way to help share our history and our upcoming tenth festival with the community. Thank you Scene Magazine! Also, tickets are still available for our Tenth Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival, with shows on April 30th, May… Read More


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

DIRECTORS NAMED FOR TENTH FESTIVAL, OPEN AUDITIONS SCHEDULED

The directors for the Tenth Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival are Louise Stinespring, Jenny Aldrich Walker, Pam Wiley, Preston Boyd and Don Walker. “We are fortunate to assemble this talent for our tenth festival,” said Theatre Odyssey President Tom Aposporos. Stinespring and Wiley directed for the company in the late 2000s, Preston Boyd has directed two… Read More


 

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To engage our audience in short innovative theater works while providing a nurturing environment that encourages, challenges, and inspires playwrights and other theater artists.

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