Comic creators Evan David and Brian Dawson take us Elsewhere in Odyssey.
Andre Stojka (right) with Will Ryan (voice of Eugene) Andre Stojka recently set a record – he’s played the role of John Avery Whittaker longer than either of his predecessors. Andre looks back on his time as Whit – and forward to more adventures. Voting in the Averys has closed. Stay tuned to the podcast […]
Robby Bruce (voice of Buck) and Shona Rodman (voice of Jules) share the latest developments in their characters and their own lives. Plus, what they think of the idea of Jules and Buck getting together.
If you haven’t heard “As Buck Would Have It,” don’t listen to this podcast and go hear Album 72. If you have listened, join writer/director Kathy Buchanan and sound designer Luke Guenot to hear how this adventure was created. Note: This podcast includes both touching moments and morgue freezers.
Writer Bob Hoose and sound designer apprentice Zach Schneider (a newcomer to the podcast and team!) discover Drake’s softer side in this month’s Club adventure: “Drake and the Aberrant Automaton.”
New Odyssey coordinator Megan Rolofson shares her Adventure to Odyssey. Podcast Links: Learn more about Sight & Sound Theatres.
Jonathan Crowe takes an adventure that no one on the Odyssey team has ever taken.
Writer/director Phil Lollar and executive producer Dave Arnold share how Dr. Seuss, the math problem 2+2, and the author of “A Christmas Carol all connect to this month’s Club adventure.
Showrunner Marshal Younger, writer/director Kathy Buchanan, executive producer Dave Arnold, writer/director Phil Lollar, and line producer Nathan Hoobler answer your questions, like: Will Eugene and Katrina ever adopt Buck? When is the next time we’ll see Emily, Morrie, and Suzu? How often are the writers’ meetings and how many albums do you plan ahead? What are the plans for the Blackgaard books? And the question for the ages: Why did Mitch’s voice change in that scene in “Green Eyes and Yellow Tulips”?
Showrunner Marshal Younger and head of orthodoxy Ron Reno discuss the Olivia story arc, give a preview of the future, and explain the word “orthodoxy.”
Paul-Mikel Williams grew up listening to Odyssey and dreamed of acting on the show. Now he plays a main character: Trey Calhoun.
Kelly Stables is Olivia Parker and Natalie Lander is Zoe Grant. They’ve been buddies on the show since 2015’s “Take it on Trust.” But they’ve been friends in real life longer than their Odyssey characters have been alive.