Fringe review: ODDyssey

By Wendy Carson

Blair Godshall wants to be an actress/dancer but in the meantime, she’s got to earn money to pay her bills. The show “ODDyssey,” playing at Musicians Union Hall, catalogs her journey through every crappy part-time job she has had to endure in her pursuit of that dream.

Since we have all had lousy jobs in our past as well, we can easily commiserate with her. Still, I felt that her personal growth displayed as the time passes is the more important point of the show.

While not flashy or thought-provoking, the show does remind me of the stories that women tell each other while bonding over a glass of wine. So, visit the bar and relax while making a new friend.

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