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Odyssey Theatre's Opening Weekend - The Things We Do For Love

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Opening weekend special - adult 1 hour before event starts $13.00 $1.34
Opening weekend special - child 1 hour before event starts $10.00 $1.17
Optional donation (more than $30 to receive gift) 1 hour before event starts

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OPENING WEEKEND SPECIAL!

JULY 24 - 26

Join us for an evening of Spanish theatre brought to life by the unique performace style of the Odyssey Theatre in the perfect outdoor setting.

The Things We Do For Love

An evening of Spanish theatre

Directed by Laurie Steven 

Theatre Under the Stars in Strathcona Park: Tuesday through to Sunday at 8pm

Join us for our 30th anniversary! This year Odyssey will be performing a trio of Spanish one-act plays, which explore the extremes we go to for love, featuring:

Saving Melisendra! based on a chapter of Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote. Master Pedro’s chivalric puppet play takes a surprising turn when an unexpected audience member arrives!

The Love of Don Perlimpin and Belisa in the Garden by Federico García Lorca. What happens when a middle-aged man marries and then falls in love with a seething, sensual young gypsy girl? Comedy and tragedy rolled into one as Perlimplin goes to great lengths to win her heart!

Whether You Like it Or Not by Tirso de Molina with translation by Dr. José Ruano de la Haza. An outrageous comedy in which the whimsical heroine concocts outrageous schemes to trap the man who has stolen her heart – whether he likes it or not!

SHOW DETAILS

July 24 (preview) and July 25

Time: Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 8 pm

Location: Strathcona Park, Ottawa

Tickets: General Admission: Adults: $25 ($27 at door); Students/Seniors: $20; Children: $10; Picnic & Show Package (partnership with Cordon Bleu Ottawa): $53

Website: odysseytheatre.ca

Box Office: 613-232-8407

 


30 for 30

 

We've got a special perk for our donors who give a donation of $30 or more in celebration of 30 Years of Theatre under the Stars. Add the donation to your ticket price, or donate in person at the box office in Strathcona Park when you come to the show and pick up this commemmorative Odyssey Theatre mug with our thanks. 

For further details, email boxoffice@odysseytheatre.ca


Can't make it to the opening weekend? 
Take a look at our regular dates and offers

Regular tickets

Signatures Restaurant (Le Cordon Bleu) picnic and show offer

Look out for our pay-what-you-can matiness at 3pm Saturday and Sunday (donations at the door)

Looking for something to do with the children?
Take a look at our youth matinees from Odyssey Theatre and Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre on
August 5 and 12.


Have questions about Odyssey Theatre's Opening Weekend - The Things We Do For Love? Contact Odyssey Theatre

When & Where


Strathcona Park

Ottawa, ON K1N 8J7
Canada

Organizer

Odyssey Theatre

A Theatre Like No Other!

Odyssey Theatre is renowned for signature masked performances that draw inspiration from Italian Commedia dell'Arte and a range of fairground theatrical arts. This approach lets us conjure imaginative worlds and tell powerful stories that engage wide audiences in a celebration of the human spirit. We create original work and bold adaptations of classics from the international repertoire that revel in social satire and journey into the world of myth and folklore. Through collaboration with artists from diverse theatrical and cultural traditions, we forge new directions in our creative work. The theatre is committed to supporting artists in our field and passionate about nurturing young artists. 

We are:

  • An award-winning theatre in our third decade;

  • Ottawa, Canada's premier professional summer theatre, presenting Theatre Under the Stars along the banks of the Rideau River in historic Strathcona Park;

  • A nexus for experimenting, creating, producing and training in physical forms of theatre including mask, Commedia dell'Arte, clown, bouffon, puppetry and dance-theatre;

  • Recognized with sustained operating support from the Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council and the City of Ottawa arts agencies;

  • Recipients of 25 awards and nominations; and,

  • A non-profit, registered charity.

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