Brian White, Michelle Williams & Ann Nesby Star in New Touring Theater Play


Coming to a stage near you, David E. Talbert’s new play, What My Husband Doesn’t Know, which stars Brian White (Men of A Certain Age, I Can Do Bad All By Myself, Stomp The Yard), Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child), Clifton Davis (Any Given Sunday, Amen) and Ann Nesby (Grammy Award winner, Former lead singer of Sounds of Blackness).

From the creator of the hit movie First Sunday and the award-winning plays Love In The Nick of Tyme and The Fabric of a Man comes a captivating tale of lust, lies and temptation .

Lena Summer is the envy of all her friends. Big house. Successful husband. It’s the perfect life…or so it seems. But with her husband’s demanding career, the other side of her bed I too cold too often. When a handsome young foreman is hired to do work on their home, the spark she’s been missing quickly rages into a wildlife that could cost her everything.

In February UB will have interviews with the director & cast of ‘What My Husband Doesn’t Know!’

TOUR DATES

Feb 8 – 13 Philadelphia, PA

Feb 15 – 16 Orlando, FL

Feb 17 – 20 Miami, FL

Feb 23 – 24 Albany, GA

Feb 25 Augusta, GA

Feb 26 Jacksonville, FL

Mar 1-6 Washington DC

Mar 10 Savannah, GA

Mar 11 Nashville, TN

Mar 12 Birmingham, AL

Mar 13 Columbus, GA

Mar 19 – 20 St. Louis , MO

Mar 25 – 26 Montgomery, AL

Mar 27 Mobile, AL

Mar 31 – Apr 2 Portsmouth, VA

April 5 – 10 New York, NY

April 12 Rockford, IL

April 14-16 Chicago, IL

Apr 17 Louisville, KY

Apr 28 Toledo, OH

Apr 29 – May 1 Cleveland, OH

May 3 -8 Detroit, MI


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7 Comments
  1. I love plays! And I’m glad to see Michelle Brian Ann acting in this play. A lot of gospel plays seem to be taken over the screen, good thing in these times. Love the title too. See Michelle act for the first time.

  2. Maaan, what a play??? Love This Play!!! With Brian & Michelle on screen together, who can not watch and enjoy? This is the big play I’ve ever seen. Why? Because the actors were beautiful to watch and the store-line was Perfect. Mr. Talbert portrayed his talent far and beyond his duty to fulfill our need of hearing a well thoughtout story-telling extravaganizer. Big play ever!!

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