RHOA star, Kandi Buruss made her Broadway debut in Chicago on Monday night.
Kandi Buruss, who plays Matron Mama Morton in the Tony Award winning Broadway musical had a lot of support for her opening night, including husband Todd Tucker, and RHOA co-star Sheree Whitfield.
This was an amazing night & im so glad that my better half was with me for this moment! @todd167 has been helping me go over my lines every night for the past week to prepare for this night. I love you bae! Come catch me in @chicagomusical from now until March 11th!, Kandi wrote on Instagram.
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It’s always great to have support on your first night on stage. @monascottyoung we’ve been rolling for the last couple of months on tour & im so happy that you made time to be here for my opening night! @yandysmith thanks sis for being here. For the next 2 months I’m in your city so I’ll be knocking on your door to brainstorm on some new money moves & play dates for the kids! Ace gets here Friday! @shereewhitfield I was mad at you after Sunday’s episode but when you surprised me at my show I didn’t even care anymore about the drama because I was just happy to see you were there for me on my first night! I appreciate y’all! #MamaMorton #ChicagoTheMusical
Kandi will be in the cast for eight weeks only, through March 11, 2018, at the Ambassador Theatre in New York.[xyz-ihs snippet=”kbmmm”]
Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s, Chicago is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who murders her on-the-side lover after he threatens to walk out on her.
Chicago is the longest running musical in Broadway history.