"A raw and openhearted drama/comedy about Henry, a man left to care for his infant son when his wife is imprisoned for cheating on him with a minor. THE HUSBAND takes an uncompromisingly honest look at a character rendered utterly humiliated by the person he loves. As Henry struggles to continue on with the day-to-day responsibilities of changing diapers and making it into the office, he attempts to remedy his grief with erratic and self-destructive distractions until he hits the inevitable bottom, must face what his life has become and what he must do to get his mojo back. THE HUSBAND looks at growing up through a distinctly contemporary lens as it examines coming of age not through the story of a teenager or even a young man in his twenties, but through the story of a thirty-something married man with a job in advertising and a 16-month old son. Positioned on the threshold of Generation X and the Millenials, Henry exhibits the characteristic disenchantment and narcissism of a generation raised to feel entitled to happiness and self-actualization often at the cost of anything permanent. "