On December 6, 2018 Odyssey Storytelling presented Mortified, six stories of mishaps, mistakes, misunderstandings, and misadventures. If you missed it, or want to hear it again, good news, you can. Just click here to go to our fabulous podcast and enjoy.
On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, Odyssey Storytelling volunteers met for our annual theme rumble and pot luck. It was our first opportunity to congratulate and hear from new Executive Producer Ana Gaskin. Tears were shed as outgoing EP Jen Nowicki Clark passed on the torch, but we aren’t saying good-bye to Jen, as she is sure to be around for a long, long time. No, we were just giving her our warm, mushy and heartfelt thanks for her years of great service to Odyssey.
We are so excited to announce the upcoming 2019 dates and themes. Here they are:
Jan 3 – Magical
Feb 7 – Red Hot
Mar 7 – Journeys (15th Anniversary Show)
Apr 4 – Extra
May 2 – Heroes and Villains
June 6 – Dissent
July 11 – Fireworks
Aug 1 – Half-Baked
Sep 5 – Disaster
Oct 3 – Spirits
Nov 7 – Second Chances
Dec 5 – Chill
If you’re interested in telling a story, send your idea and a brief bio to firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to come down to Sea of Glass a week from tonight for the first Odyssey show of 2019, Magical!
August 23rd, 2018
6:30-8:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre, in The Historic YWCA, 738 N 5th Avenue
$5 Suggested cash donation at the door
What makes education worth investing in? The moment when something clicks for the first time? The students transformed? The jobs gained? The chance to start over?
Join us to hear true stories from local students, teachers, parents and community members about how education has shaped who they are today, what they’ve learned, what they’ve seen, how they have supported education and what role we all play in the future of education in our state.
Terrol Dew Johnson
Evan Grae Davis
Curated by Jen Nowicki Clark and Josh Schachter
More information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2070954443167740/