June 18 (UPI) -- Kandi Burruss has joined the producing team of the Broadway play Thoughts of a Colored Man.
Entertainment Tonight reported Friday that Burruss will produce the play, which features Broadway's first all-Black male cast.
"I'm super excited, I have added another little feather to my cap," Burruss said. "You know how much I love Broadway. So, to have an opportunity to join such a wonderful team, I mean, I'm so excited about this play. It's just amazing, I'm overjoyed."
"As we know, the best theater holds a mirror up and reflects the world to us," Burruss said in a statement. "Thoughts of a Colored Man does something that is quietly revolutionary: it holds a mirror up to Black men and shows everyone the strong, wonderful, funny, caring, vulnerable, emotionally complex people that they are."
Burruss said the play "speaks to everyone regardless of gender, race, or age."
Thoughts of a Colored Man is written by Keenan Scott II and directed by Steve H. Broadnax III. Dyllón Burnside, Bryan Terrell Clark, Da'Vinchi, Luke James, Forrest McClendon, Tristan "Mack" Wilds and Keith David star.
Thoughts of a Colored Man begins previews Oct. 1 at Golden Theatre in New York and officially opens Oct. 31.
Burruss is a singer and television personality who came to fame with the girl group Xscape. She stars in the Bravo reality series The Real Housewives of Atlanta.