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Odyssey Theatre

Odyssey Theatre Announces 3rd Annual ‘Dance at the Odyssey’ Festival Lineup

Offering a kaleidoscope of contemporary dance, the Odyssey Theatre's 3rd Annual Dance at the Odyssey Festival (Tickets: $25) will celebrate the art of dance from January 5 - February 10, 2019, with a free workshop in December 2018. Friday, Dec. 21,... Continue Reading →


Door Number 3’s ‘Radiant Vermin’: Fiercely Energetic and Well Realized

Reviewed by Guy Pico What moral compromises would you be prepared to make to create a better life for your family? This is the central question for a struggling British couple in Philip Ridley's timely and challenging play, Radiant Vermin,... Continue Reading →

Door Number 3: Serving L.A. Theater Audiences by Serving the Story

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Artistic Director Tim True is looking to the present, not just for his theater company Door Number 3, but for Los Angeles audiences. Some of his former Portland group (Third Rail Repertory Theatre)... Continue Reading →

Gia Reviews Oedipus Machina at the Odyssey Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Extraordinarily intimate, Oedipus Machina, directed by Ron Sossi, and inspired by Ellen McLaughlin’s adaptation of the Sophocles text, opened this past weekend at The Odyssey Theatre in West Los Angeles.  It is a... Continue Reading →

63 Trillion at The Odyssey Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Money. Sex. Bad behavior….just another day at the stock exchange.  There are approximately 63 trillion dollars on the line in fees, investments and customer assets and no one but the intern seems to... Continue Reading →

‘Silent Witnesses’ at the Odyssey Theatre, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A genuinely humanizing, beautiful and hopeful amalgamation of the conversations of four women, one of whom is the therapist of the other three, Silent Witnesses at the Odyssey Theatre articulates the narrative memories of child... Continue Reading →

Gia Reviews: ‘A Steady Rain’ at the Odyssey Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Two Chicago police officers lead us, via an intimate broken fourth wall "duologue" presentation, through a web of intrigue to their demise on the force and a tragic end. It is a "steady... Continue Reading →

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