'The White Chip' sets full Off-Broadway cast; tickets now on sale

The critically acclaimed play about alcoholism recovery by Sean Daniels, which premiered in 2019, features a starry producing team that includes Edie Falco.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

The Off-Broadway revival of Sean Daniels's The White Chip has set its complete cast. The three-person play begins performances at the Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space on January 22 ahead of a February 1 opening.

Crystal Dickinson and Jason Tam will join the previously announced Joe Tapper, who starred in The White Chip's Off-Broadway premiere at 59E59 Theaters in 2019. They are directed by Sheryl Kaller, who also staged the 2019 production.

The White Chip also added multiple celebrities to its producing team. Edie Falco, Hank Azaria, and Jason Biggs join the previously announced Annaleigh Ashford (Tapper's wife), John Larroquette, Ryan Hampton, and The Recovery Project.

Additional producers include John Beyer, Linda Karns, Nick Mills, and Barbara Manocherian.

The White Chip follows Steven, whose alcoholism gets out of control as he's on the brink of a dream job, and his journey to recovery. The show was a New York Times Critic's Pick in 2019, with their review reading, "Kaller and her excellent cast achieve a delicate equilibrium between laugh-out-loud comedy and gasp-inducing, self-inflicted tragedy."

Photo credit: Crystal Dickinson, Joe Tapper, and Jason Tam. (Photos courtesy of production)

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