Daniel’s Husband to Be Remounted Off-Broadway

Off-Broadway News   Daniel’s Husband to Be Remounted Off-Broadway
 
Michael McKeever’s play about a couple tying the knot will return for an open-ended run at the Westside Theatre.
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Ryan Spahn, Matthew Montelongo, Leland Wheeler and Lou Liberatore James Leynse

Michael McKeever’s play Daniel's Husband, which debuted in New York last spring as part of Primary Stages' 2017 season, will return Off-Broadway this fall in an open-ended run at the Westside Theatre. The original cast, as well as director Joe Brancato, will return for the remount.

Daniel's Husband, about a couple who happen to have conflicting views of relationships, will begin performances October 18 at Westside Upstairs ahead of an October 28 opening night. Ted Snowdon is producing.

The cast is made up of Matthew Montelongo (One Night) as Mitch and Ryan Spahn (Exit Strategy) as Daniel, along with Anna Holbrook (The Dolphin Position), Lou Liberatore (Burn This), and Leland Wheeler (Blue Bloods).

“We are so lucky to be able to bring back our five original cast members, the perfect ensemble for this smart, romantic and provocative new play. We are also fortunate to have the ideal intimate space for Daniel's Husband,” says producer Snowdon. “As well, we have added new elements—both design and dramaturgical—that expand the production’s striking vision since its debut over a year ago.”

Daniel's Husband will feature set design by Brian Prather, costume design by Gregory Gale, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, and sound design by William Neal.

McKeever’s plays include 37 Postcards, Stuff, Melt, Charlie Cox Runs with Scissors, and After, which will be in performances September–October at Penguin Rep with direction by Brancato.

For more information visit Danielshusband.com.

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