The Critically Acclaimed Recovery Comedy Arrives Off-Broadway This January

Sean Daniels' autobiographical comedy THE WHITE CHIP will begin at The Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater at the The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space this January in a new production starring Joe Tapper (Broadway's You Can't Take It With You) and directed by Tony Award® nominee Sheryl Kaller (Next Fall, Mothers & Sons).

You're invited to THE WHITE CHIP by producers Jason Biggs (Orange is the New Black, The Heidi Chronicles), Emmy® and Tony® winner John Larroquette (Night Court, How to Succeed...), Emmy and Golden Globe winner Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie,The Sopranos),  Emmy winner Hank Azaria (Tuesdays with Morrie), Tony winner and 2023 Emmy nominee Annaleigh Ashford (currently starring in the hit Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd), renowned recovery activist and author Ryan Hampton, and the nonprofit organization The Recovery Project.

“A delicate equilibrium between laugh-out-loud comedy and gasp-inducing tragedy!”

“Plays save lives in all kinds of ways. I would bet that The White Chip has, and will."


Joe Tapper
Crystal Dickinson
Jason Tam

The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space

Founded in 1986 as MANHATTAN CLASS COMPANY, MCC began as a collective of young actors, writers, and directors determined to steer their own artistic development and redefine the NYC theater scene with the kind of stories they wanted to see on the stage.

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