Chicken & Biscuits

One of the first plays to open on Broadway after the pandemic, Chicken & Biscuits is drawing diverse crowds at Circle in the Square theatre in New York City.
I attended my first show on Broadway since the pandemic, and let me tell you, it was better than I expected.

By Andrew Andrews

It’s time to say our last goodbyes to Reverend Bernard “B” Jenkins, beloved father of rival siblings Baneatta and Beverly.

The sisters, now in their forties, are constantly at odds, owing largely to Baneatta’s very conservative and equally judgmental nature.

Baneatta’s husband Reggie has taken over as Pastor, beginning with this important funeral service.

Adding to the disorder are Baneatta and Reggie’s opinionated grown daughter, their out-of-the-closet son and his nervous Jewish boyfriend, and Beverly’s fifteen-year-old daughter, too.

As a member of the “church family,” your seat provides a perfect view for all the comedic drama that transpires, and beckons you to join the party with occasional moments of audience participation.

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Andrew Andrews attended Chicken & Biscuits at Circle in the Square in New York on Sunday, October 3, 2021 @ 3:00pm to write this review.

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