For decades the urban theater has been a thriving component of African-American entertainment within the United States and "Your Husband Is Cheating On Us" steps behind the curtain of the JD Lawrence play. Follow Lawrence and his top-tier company as they encounter all of the drama that a new stage production inevitably brings. The drama could include love affairs, long standing rivalries, and up-and-coming new actors trying to take down theater royalty. Lawrence implements unorthodox strategies with his cast, including moving everyone into a house together and injecting real-life experiences from their lives. The behind-the-scenes drama takes the show to the next level and will either make or break the new production.
Producer JD Lawrence launches a stage production during which his actors live together under the same roof while preparing for a performance of a lifetime.
With the cast still reeling over the latest departure, JD wastes no time bringing in a new face; the well-known thespian is a breath a fresh air in the midst of all the drama; a fight breaks out despite the positive attitude and professionalism.
With two weeks left, the cast is down to the wire, and JD has no more time for excuses; seemingly everyone is getting their act together, but an unexpected change to production leaves the entire cast stunned and upset.
The cast gives D'atra the cold shoulder following another blowup; Jermaine has an intense conversation with his parents; the cast is frustrated and concerned that their leading man is so disengaged.
In the aftermath of D'atra's firestorms, everyone tries to find some sense of normality to make it through the next four weeks; a tense rehearsal triggers Taylour to reignite old issues.
Tensions remain high in the townhouse; after experiencing the wrath of D'atra, the cast wants nothing to do with her; rehearsals are divided as D'atra is separated from the rest of the cast; JD struggles to unite everyone.
Cast members attempt to learn their lines; Ginuwine wonders if his role is for him; D'atra confronts Kristen about an issue; the connection between Tondy and Ginuwine heats up; Lia is pushed too far.
The urban theater circuit makes its way to New York City, where playwright, composer, producer and actor JD Lawrence assembles a reputable cast of big personalities and places them all under the same roof.