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We have six passionate and playful stories that make up part of the Odyssey's 47th Anniversary Season, and a group of unforgettable actors, directors and designers who will join us in our mission to give you the chance to see unique and unpredictable theatre up close, in Los Angeles.
DANCE AT THE ODYSSEY
January 14 - 29

EIFO EFI
THE LAST ONE
OLÉ FLAMENCO
FORCE MAJEURE
BECKETT⁵
January 21 - March 5

Written by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Ron Sossi

A quintet of Beckett shorts that are dark, graceful and at times full of glee: Krapp’s Last Tape, Come and Go, Footfalls, Act Without Words II and Catastrophe


MUSIC AT THE ODYSSEY
February 10 - 26


Suitte Royale
Morgan O’Shaughnessey
The Loverboys’ Instrument Zoo
The Packrats
Perta
Kevin Carr
Great Awakening
PUNK ROCK
March 25 - May 14

Written by Simon Stephens
Directed by Lisa James

Playwright Simon Stephen’s award-winning play is a remarkably honest and unnerving chronicle of contemporary adolescence at the breaking point.


KISS
April 29 - June 18

Written by Guillermo Calderon
Directed by Bart DeLorenzo

Politically charged and emotionally urgent, KISS dares us to question whether we can truly understand other cultures.


JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND LIVING IN PARIS
A musical revue of the songs of Jacques Brel.
June 24 - August 13

Translation and Story by Eric Blau & Mort Shuman
Directed by Dan Fishbach

A potent mixture of romanticism and cynicism, world-weariness and jaunty whimsy Jacques Brel’s lyrics bridge the gap between narrative poem and song and are brimming with human truths and heartfelt beauty.


ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
July 29 - September 17

Written by Joseph Kesselring
Directed by Elina de Santos

A classic case of good macabre fun about two murderous aunts who see their killing as an act of charity.


SALOME
September - November

Written by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Steven Berkoff

British director Steven Berkoff brings his daring and highly acclaimed National Theatre of London production of Oscar Wilde’s rarely performed play Salome to the Odyssey Theatre in a physical, slow-motion production of undeniable visceral power.