"You really were one the shining participants during our series. You had more fearlessness and creativity than anyone."
-Erik Sanchez, VO Casting Director & Coach
Playing Bobbi in Neil Simon's
Last of the Red Hot Lovers:
"De Ann Marie Odom as a deranged actress has lots of crackle and pop."
-T.M. Sell, Valley Daily News
Playing Annelle in Robert Harling's
"The acting talent is formidbable. Odom presents a well-intentioned but not too bright born-again Christian."
-Gail Stark, Bellingham Herald
Playing Teura in Gilbert & Sullivan's
The Isle of Tutuila:
"The chorus of coy and languid maidens is led by two princesses played by Kathleen Higgins and De Ann Odom. The latter is especially coy and flashes beautiful come-hither smiles."
- Freddie Brinster, Journal-American
Playing Didi in Donna Rae Davidson's
Behind the Laughter:
"Played by an energetic De Ann Marie Odom, Didi is pathetic as a comic, but she has a good heart and seems ill-equipped to deal with the harsh realities of a show business career."
-Russ Zabel, Queen Anne News
Ahh, Russ Zabel, I still love that one for how prophetic it was about a life in show biz. Your stories were as colorful as your life.
RIP, kind sir: