Snoop Dogg stars in traveling stage play ‘Redemption of a Dogg’ featuring Tamar Braxton

It Is Done CommunicationsNow that Snoop Dogg has gone gospel, he’s seeking redemption in another way: by making his theatrical debut in a new stage play featuring Tamar Braxton.

“I just partnered up with my main man Je’Caryous Johnson on a play — that’s right y’all. Redemption of a Dogg and it’s coming to theaters real soon,” Snoop says in an Instagram post.

“Tickets go on sale this Friday and the first show, we’re gonna do it October 5 in Houston. That’s right Houston, Texas,” he continues. “We’ll also be hitting up D.C., Newark Jersey, Brooklyn, Philly, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, Memphis, etc, etc, etc.”

The play is written, directed and produced by Je’Caryous Johnson, who created the recent Set It Offmusical starring LeToya Luckett, Da Brat, Demetria McKinney, and Kyla Pratt.

Redemption of a Dogg is based on Snoop’s life. According to a press release, the play “examines the internal battle one man has between preserving his life-long legacy and losing the love of his life when he is faced with choosing fame and fortune over faith and family.”

The production will feature Snoop’s greatest hits, as well as music from his recently released gospel album, Bible Of Love

This year, Snoop is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his 1993 debut album, Doggystyle.

Braxton commented on Instagram, “So me and uncle @snoopdogg is going on tour singing, acting, rapping and being who we are!!!! #getchalife #redemptionofaDog”

Tickets for Redemption of a Dogg go on sale Friday at Jecaryous.com.  

Redemption of a Dogg tour dates: 

10/5 — Houston, TX, Hobby Center
10/6 — Houston, TX, Hobby Center
10/7 — Houston, TX, Hobby Center
10/11 — Newark, NJ, NJPAC
10/12 — Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theater
10/13 — Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theater
10/14 — Brooklyn, NY, Kings Theatre
10/19 — St. Louis, MO, Stifel Theatre
10/20 –  Chicago, IL, Arie Crown
10/21 — Chicago, IL, Arie Crown   
10/25 — Detroit, MI, Music Hall
10/26 — Detroit, MI, Music Hall
10/27 — Detroit, MI, Music Hall  
10/28 — Cleveland, OH, KeyBank State Theatre-Playhouse Square
11/2 — Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre
11/8 — Norfolk, VA, Chrysler Hall
11/9 — Washington, DC, Warner Theatre
11/10 — Washington, DC, Warner Theatre
11/11 — Washington, DC, Warner Theatre
11/16 — Los Angeles, CA, Microsoft Theater
11/17 — Long Beach, CA, Terrace Theater
11/18 — Oakland, CA, Paramount Theatre

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