Ryan Spahn, Matthew Montelongo to Star in Off-Broadway Return of Daniel's Husband
Michael McKeever's drama will be directed by Joe Brancato.
Michael McKeever's acclaimed drama Daniel's Husband will return to New York City this fall as an open-ended off-Broadway production at the Westside Theater. Directed by Joe Brancato and produced by Ted Snowdon, the drama will begin previews October 18, with opening night set for October 28.
Daniel's Husband is the story of two men, the personification of the perfect couple, who have conflicting views on relationships. A turn of events forces them to face the consequences of their differences, and they learn that they are living in a world where fundamental rights aren't always so fundamental.
The production will star Anna Holbrook, Lou Liberatore, Matthew Montelongo, Ryan Spahn, and Leland Wheeler. All five actors appeared in the work's Primary Stages production in 2017. The production will have set design by Brian Prather, costume design by Gregory Gale, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, and sound design by William Neal.