New Comedy When Aunt Daphne Went Nude Opens Off-Broadway Oct. 13

News   New Comedy When Aunt Daphne Went Nude Opens Off-Broadway Oct. 13 When Aunt Daphne Went Nude, a new play by Miriam Jensen Hendrix presented by Mirron Productions and Paul Lucas Productions, will begin previews Oct. 13 at the Mint Theatre space (311 W. 43rd St.). Opening is Oct. 17.
Patricia Hodges
Patricia Hodges

So, what happened When Aunt Daphne Went Nude? Well, a planned relaxing weekend in the country, where Reginald hopes to impress his fiancee, goes a bit haywire. Of course, disapproving mom and tippling dad don't help matters. Hendrix's other plays include The Shroud , Cakewalk, The Moor, Oedipus Redux and The Rabbi of Vilna.

The cast includes Roy Bacon, Scott Ferrara, Tarah Flanagan, Patricia Hodges, J.C. Hoyt, Lucille Patton, Josh Shirley and Jane Titus. Keith Oncale directs.

Tickets are available by calling (212) 352-3101 or through www.Theatermania.com.