Did You Know My Husband?
|"Did You Know My Husband?"|
|Written by||Susan Charlotte|
|Directed by||Antony Marsellis|
|Music by||Billy Goldenberg|
"Did You Know My Husband?" is a television movie directed by Antony Marsellis and written by award winning writer Susan Charlotte. The film, which revolves around losing one's memory while gaining an important connection, stars Emmy nominee Louise Lasser and Tony Award winner Carole Shelley, with Catherine Chadwick and Michael Citriniti.
Production History[edit | edit source]
"Did You Know My Husband?" premiered on November 8th 2018 on WSKG/PBS with an additional air date on December 27th 2018. It was based on the play with the same title, written by Susan Charlotte and directed by Antony Marsellis, that was produced on Theatre Row in New York City in 2012.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Sylvia and Dottie, played by Louise Lasser and Carole Shelley, are having coffee after a Thanksgiving dinner. The other guests have gathered in another room. Sylvia asks Dottie if she knew her husband. Dottie looks surprised by this question. More questions are asked. More answers are given. That leads to more questions. And finally Sylvia, who feels as if she has met Dottie before, finds out why Dottie seems so familiar. This is a revelation for both Sylvia and the audience. Though loss of memory is one of the threads woven throughout the play, so is the power of connection.
Cast[edit | edit source]
The cast for the flim was as follows:
- Sylvia - Louise Lasser
- Dottie - Carole Shelley
- Dinner Guest - Catherine Chadwick
- Voice of Isaac - Michael Citriniti
Score[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
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