The comedic cabaret, based on Ponturo's own life experiences, will be directed by Greg McCaslin with musical direction by John Thomas Fischer.
In addition to Ponturo and Fischer, who also wrote the show's music, the cast will feature Lindsay Naas, Dana Wilson and Emily Peterson.
"I am thrilled to share my story with New York City audiences," said Ponturo in a statement. "Divorce – The Musical…Better Mad Than Sad, with its relatable themes and vast array of music genres, offers something for everyone."
Rosemary Kalikow is the co-producer; costumes are by Tony Award winner Paloma Young.
Triad Theater is located at 158 West 72nd Street. Tickets are currently available through www.brownpapertickets.com, or by calling (800) 838-3006. General admission tickets to the eight shows will cost $40. There is a two-drink minimum, and only cash will be accepted for drinks.
For more information visit www.divorce-themusical.com.