Travels With My Aunt

by Graham Greene
Adapted by Giles Havergal

Directed by David Ellenstein

Now through May 14th
EXTENDED By Popular Demand!!!

A New York Times Critic’s Pick in 2015, TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT is an engaging, always entertaining journey. Eccentric Aunt Augusta swoops in and shakes up the life of her staid bourgeois nephew. She ignites the lust for adventure that is buried within his gray flannel soul. Four highly versatile actors tackle more than 20 roles in this life-changing, offbeat odyssey. This is definitely a trip worth taking!

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  • North Coast Repertory Theatre’s “Travels with my Aunt” is an engaging, mysterious and often very amusing trip around the world. Without a single costume change, the four transform into more than 20 characters. The success of any production of “Travels with My Aunt” is reliant on the excellence of the actors, direction and production. With its savvy artistic director David Ellenstein at the helm, NCRT delivers on all counts."
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    Beth Wood, San Diego Union Tribune

  • ...lively writing, clever staging and wonderful acting... relentlessly entertaining"
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    Pat Launer, Times of San Diego

  • North Coast Repertory Theatre’s ‘Travels with My Aunt’ is an hilarious one of a kind. An evening with laughs."

    Diana Saenger, La Jolla Light

  • The cast is uniformly excellent. They morph in and out of the characters with ease and polish. All are believable.”

    Jenni Prisk, Theatre Critic

  • hilarious, brilliantly cast and directed play...a definite must see."

    Charlene Baldridge, Theatre Critic

  • Ellenstein's rendition works as a joyful love letter to storytelling and a dryly funny tale”
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    David Dixon, Talkinbroadway.com

  • can’t miss”
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    – David Coddon, San Diego City Beat

  • It’s delightful, amusing and if need be can be fairy dusted with some intrigue. Have fun with this one.”
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    Carol Davis, Theatre Critic

  • Sprightly, genial and good fun”

    Larry Steckling, San Diego Reader