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Chicken and Biscuits Summary

  • Show Status: Opening Soon
  • Genre: play
  • Chicken and Biscuits is 100 minutes long
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: September 23, 2021
  • Show Opens: October 10, 2021
  • Show Closes: January 2, 2022

A black family mourns the loss of their patriarch, but gets a shock at the funeral when an awkward secret is divulged. Family mayhem ensues.

Chicken and Biscuits on Broadway Background

Chicken and Biscuits comes to Broadway after first staging its premiere at the Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows on Feb. 28, 2020. The show only ran for two weeks at that theatre due the COVID-19 shutdown. This show is the first one to ever graduate to a Broadway run from the Queens Theatre. The show director, Zhailon Levingston, is the youngest ever Broadway show director. The show writer, Douglas Lyons, made his acting debut in The Book of Mormon in 2011 and also appeared in Beautiful in 2015.

What’s Chicken and Biscuits Like?

Chicken & Biscuits is a story of love, messiness, racism and healing in a comedically complex black family. The Jenkins family is finally coming together to celebrate the life of their now deceased father. Any hopes for a peaceful reunion are dashed when a family secret shows up at the funeral. The family members are now pitted against one another and comedic mayhem ensues.

Is Chicken and Biscuits Good for Kids?

This show contains a lot of adult content and many swear words. This show may not suitable for under 16's,.

Theatre Information

Circle In The Square Theatre

1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 776
Entrance: Broadway, between 50th and 51st Streets
Theatre Information

Circle In The Square Theatre Seating Chart

Production Credits

Norm Lewis
Michael Urie

Creative Team

Director
Zhailon Levingston
Writer
Douglas Lyons