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Get “Swept Away” with writer/director Nathan Hoobler and sound designer Jonathan Crowe as they dive deep into this unique Club adventure.

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

How do you create the sound of rain for two episodes? What does three people scuba diving sound like? And how did a real-life forest fire in Colorado Springs inspire an episode about a flood in Odyssey? Find out from the team behind the episode “Swept Away.” Plus, hear a bonus scene from the show, featuring Harlow Doyle.

Get in the Show voting is now open!

See the finalists and vote on your favorites!

Cast your vote for your favorite Get in the Show contestant! Everyone that votes must be at least 13 years of age. Each voter can cast their vote for one video during each voting phase. Be sure to watch all of the videos before you vote. The voting takes place across several weeks, so mark your calendars:

Voting Phase 3: Top 10, vote from July 17 to July 24
Finale Event: August 12, 2017

Get tickets for the finale event on August 12.

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Is Becky going to be a regular character? Are Wooton and Penny going to be back from their honeymoon? Will Whit ever get another villain? Get the answers!

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

Executive producer Dave Arnold, producer Nathan Hoobler, writer/director Kathy Buchanan, writer/director Bob Hoose, and writer/director Phil Lollar answer fan questions about the recent album 62, the upcoming album 63, and what’s going on in Odyssey.

The Get in the Show contest is open!

Available Now: Album 62: Let’s Put on a Show

Album 62: Let's Put on a Show Everyone in Odyssey is putting on a show. Jules Kendall feels like she’s in the spotlight and has to live up to everyone’s expectations. Buck Oliver pretends to understand Eugene and Katrina’s faith. A mysterious visitor to the antique shop isn’t all he seems as he searches for a clue to a father’s final words. And a group of travelling singers put on the rootin-est, tootin-est, Wild Westiest, musical extravaganza Odyssey has ever seen. Restoration and new beginnings take center stage as the folks in Odyssey learn about relationships, friendship, and compassion. Old friends and family return, relationships are mended, and long-hidden talents are discovered. Sit back and enjoy the show!

Vote in the Avery Awards!
Cast your vote for Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Script, and more for Album 61: Without a Hitch and Album 62: Let’s Put on a Show. Winners will be revealed in a future podcast. (Voting is now closed. Stay tuned to future podcasts to find out the winners.)

Coming Soon!

Album 63: Up in the Air
Coming in October

The Blackgaard Chronicles: Opening Moves
Coming in September

Listen to Album 62!
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Will Morrie and Suzu have an arc like Novacom? Why was Legacy called Exit Stage Left? Will there be a new Guide for the 30th Anniversary? Get the answers!

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Executive producer Dave Arnold, producer Nathan Hoobler, writer/director Kathy Buchanan, and writer/director Bob Hoose answer fan questions about the recent album 61, the upcoming albums 62 & 63, and all things Odyssey.

Album 61: Without a Hitch

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Penny Wise and Wooton Bassett, but the journey to the altar takes several unexpected side roads. Meanwhile, the Jones and Parker Detective Agency faces its most perplexing case yet, Olivia and Matthew compete against each other for student body president, and Whit finds himself in the middle of a feud between two warring clans. Celebrate marriage, family and friends in Odyssey with this hilarious six-episode collection!
Get the album now!

Album 62: Let’s Put on a Show

Album 62: Let's Put on a Show Everyone in Odyssey is putting on a show. Jules Kendall feels like she’s in the spotlight and has to live up to everyone’s expectations. Buck Oliver pretends to understand Eugene and Katrina’s faith. A mysterious visitor to the antique shop isn’t all he seems as he searches for a clue to a father’s final words. And a group of travelling singers put on the rootin-est, tootin-est, Wild Westiest, musical extravaganza Odyssey has ever seen. Restoration and new beginnings take center stage as the folks in Odyssey learn about relationships, friendship, and compassion. Old friends and family return, relationships are mended, and long-hidden talents are discovered. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Listen to Album 62!
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Goodbye, Alan Young and Janet Waldo — the voices behind Jack and Joanne Allen

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

Alan Young and Janet Waldo, 1998

Alan Young and Janet Waldo, 1998

Alan Young, 2007

Alan Young, 2007

Janet Waldo, 2006

Janet Waldo, 2006

The Adventures in Odyssey cast and crew remember our friends Alan Young (voice of Jack Allen) and Janet Waldo (voice of Joanne Allen), who passed away this year. Featuring: Dave Arnold (executive producer), Paul McCusker (former executive producer), Phil Lollar (writer/director), Chuck Bolte (former executive producer), Katie Leigh (voice of Connie), Will Ryan (voice of Eugene), Townsend Coleman (voice of Jason), Mark Drury (sound designer), Marshal Younger (writer/director), Bob Luttrell (sound designer), Rob Jorgensen (sound designer), Nathan Hoobler (writer/director), and John Fornof (writer/director)

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Get answers to your burning questions: “Why wasn’t Eugene in album 60?” “Is Janna moving to Odyssey?” “What is the name of album 61?” And more. Plus, Avery Awards nominations!

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

The writers and producers answer your questions like: “Why wasn’t Eugene in album 60?” “Where is Wooton’s house?” “Is Janna moving to Odyssey?” “What’s the name of Album 61 (and 62!)?” “Will any of Wooton’s relatives return?” “What is Old Tricks about?” “Will Jason have a big role in upcoming shows?” “How was Bernard Walton in Pinocchio?” “Did Jack Allen have any children?” and more. Plus, Bob and Jesse reveal the nominations for the Avery Awards for “Taking the Plunge” and “Head Over Heels.” Vote today!

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Cast your vote to determine the winners of “Taking the Plunge” and “Head Over Heels”!
Voting is now closed, but listen on June 22 to hear the results!

Vote in these Categories:
  • Best Actress
  • Best Actor
  • Best Supporting Actor, Actress, or Actor and Actress
  • Best Sound Design
  • Best Wooton & Penny Moment
  • Best Suspenseful Moment
  • Funniest Moment
  • Best Lesson-Learned-est Moment
  • Best Host
Podcast Links:
Album 59: Taking the Plunge
Album 60: Head Over Heels
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