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Dallas Theater Center in collaboration with SMU Meadows and AT&T Performing Arts Center
Announces Public Works Dallas’ 

The Odyssey

Written by Homer Conceived and Directed by Lear deBessonet Book, Music and Lyrics by Todd Almond Music Direction by Samuel Bagala Choreography by Bridget L. Moore Directed by Kevin Moriarty

Standby tickets to The Odyssey are available and free to the public on a first come, first served basis. Please visit the Box Office up to 30 minutes prior to show time for a chance to see the show!

Friday, July 8 • 8:00pm
Saturday, July 9 • 2:30pm, 8:00pm
Sunday, July 10 • 2:30pm

Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre

Masks are required to attend the performances. View our COVID-19 Guest Policy here

Inspired by the historical pageantry movement of the early 1900s—known for blending mass spectacle with community engagement—this final work in deBessonet and Almond’s grand trilogy reimagines the Greek epic with Public Works’ signature blend of professional actors, community members and special guests. Man-eating Cyclops, a sorceress that turns sailors to beasts and the deadly sweet song of the Sirens explode onto the stage with spectacular numbers in this joyful, larger-than-life musical about finding your way home—no matter where fate may lead you.

View the Digital Program

Dallas Theater Center in collaboration with SMU Meadows and AT&T Performing Arts Center
Announces Public Works Dallas’ 

The Odyssey

Written by Homer Conceived and Directed by Lear deBessonet Book, Music and Lyrics by Todd Almond Music Direction by Samuel Bagala Choreography by Bridget L. Moore Directed by Kevin Moriarty

Standby tickets to The Odyssey are available and free to the public on a first come, first served basis. Please visit the Box Office up to 30 minutes prior to show time for a chance to see the show!

Friday, July 8 • 8:00pm
Saturday, July 9 • 2:30pm, 8:00pm
Sunday, July 10 • 2:30pm

Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre

Masks are required to attend the performances. View our COVID-19 Guest Policy here

Inspired by the historical pageantry movement of the early 1900s—known for blending mass spectacle with community engagement—this final work in deBessonet and Almond’s grand trilogy reimagines the Greek epic with Public Works’ signature blend of professional actors, community members and special guests. Man-eating Cyclops, a sorceress that turns sailors to beasts and the deadly sweet song of the Sirens explode onto the stage with spectacular numbers in this joyful, larger-than-life musical about finding your way home—no matter where fate may lead you.

View the Digital Program

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