An Odyssey

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Penelope, Telemachus, and Argus grapple with the absence of Odysseus across time and space in this modern reimagining of Homer's Odyssey.

Reviews

A clever and inventive take on The Odyssey. The whole performance was sweet and touching with moments that will make you giggle. Each of the actors looked like they were straight out of a Wes Anderson film, but their performances were so much deeper than that. It was beautiful and engaging start to finish. The performance of Argus stole the show. It was adorable and heartbreaking. I also really loved the set design and use of lighting.

sweet - Jake Kornely


An Odyssey by Patrick Denney is a solid piece of writing that's well directed by Turner Munch and well acted by Julia Davis, Joe DeSoto and Carolina Montenegro. It is a re-working of the story of Homer's epic tale of Ulysses' journey home without the character of Ulysses.

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


It is a re-working of the story of Homer's epic tale of Ulysses' journey home without the character of Ulysses. Here the emphasis is on those he left behind, Penelope (Davis), his son Telemachus (DeSoto) and his dog (Montenegro) and ancient Greece has been transformed to any American military base in the world.

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


An Odyssey by Patrick Denney is a solid piece of writing that's well directed by Turner Munch and well acted by Julia Davis, Joe DeSoto and Carolina Montenegro. It is a re-working of the story of Homer's epic tale of Ulysses' journey home without the character of Ulysses.

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


It is a re-working of the story of Homer's epic tale of Ulysses' journey home without the character of Ulysses. Here the emphasis is on those he left behind, Penelope (Davis), his son Telemachus (DeSoto) and his dog (Montenegro) and ancient Greece has been transformed to any American military base in the world.

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


A clever and inventive take on The Odyssey. The whole performance was sweet and touching with moments that will make you giggle. Each of the actors looked like they were straight out of a Wes Anderson film, but their performances were so much deeper than that. It was beautiful and engaging start to finish. The performance of Argus stole the show. It was adorable and heartbreaking. I also really loved the set design and use of lighting.

sweet - Jake Kornely