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Production Tips for

by Lindsay Price

Are you completely normal? 100% devoid of the peculiar? Or have you embraced your oddness: odd jobs, odd socks, odd one out, odd reactions and odd boyfriends.

Step right up. Step right up. Step inside to see live acts of the slightly weird and the nearly harmless. Feast your eyes on the miracle of the mildly freakish. Step inside and experience Oddball for yourself.

Comedy Student Directors Vignettes

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Tips from the Author

The most important thing to remember with this play is that “odd” does not necessarily mean “wacky.” Sometimes we take “odd” to the extreme and try to make every moment heightened or funny. Forcing the funny is never the way to an audience’s heart. Sincerity and authenticity are always more effective.

Look at each character and their oddity. What’s the source? What’s the origin of their odd behaviour? What are they really trying to achieve in the world? Maybe everyone is a little bit odd…​

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