This November will mark the 25th anniversary of Snoop Dogg's debut album, Doggystyle. Over the past quarter century, he's released sixteen studio albums, built an lengthy acting resume, produced television shows, movies and much more. Today, he revealed that he'll be taking his talents to theatre as he's teamed up with legendary playwright Je'Caryouos Johnson for the new play "Redemption Of The Dogg."

Snoop Dogg took to Twitter to announce that he'll be starring in the upcoming live play, "Redemption Of The Dogg" alongside Tamar Braxton. The play was produced, written and directed by Je'Caryous Johnson.

"I partnered up wit my guy @jecaryous to bring you REDEMPTION OF A DOGG, the live play," Snoop announced on twitter. "We goin on tour joined by the wonderful @tamarbraxton. We hittin a city near you this fall ! Tickets on sale tomorrow dont miss out !"

The play centers around a character that's based on Snoop Dogg. According to the 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."

Uncle Snoop's upcoming play will also feature some of his greatest hits as well as cuts from his recent gospel album, Bible Of Love, as the soundtrack.

The tour starts on October 5th in Houston. Tickets go on sale this Friday.