Big River Tony Nominee Will Star in Off-Broadway Revival of Travels with My Aunt | Playbill

News Big River Tony Nominee Will Star in Off-Broadway Revival of Travels with My Aunt Big River Tony Award nominee Daniel Jenkins will be part of the cast of the Keen Company's Off-Broadway production of Giles Havergal’s adaptation of Graham Greene’s Travels With My Aunt, which will begin its limited engagement at The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row Sept. 29 prior to an official opening Oct. 15.
Daniel Jenkins
Daniel Jenkins

Helmed by artistic director Jonathan Silverstein, the show will also feature End of the Rainbow's Jay Russell, The Temperamentals' Thomas Jay Ryan and Act One's Jonathan Spivey.

Ryan will star in the title role.

"Henry Pulling, a mild-mannered retired banker, leads a quiet life and never strays too far from his home in Southwood, England," according to press notes. "But when his eccentric and outrageous Aunt Augusta suddenly appears in his life with mysterious information about his past, Henry is drawn into a series of exotic international adventures. Henry, Aunt Augusta and over 25 of the characters they meet along the way are brilliantly and inventively portrayed by just four actors who switch identities, nationalities, ages and genders in this exciting theatrical escapade."

The design team includes Steven Kemp (scenic), Jen Paar (costume), Josh Bradford (lighting) and Bart Fasbender (sound).

Performances will continue through Nov. 14.

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