Celebrity Autobiography, the long-running comedy series that features a cast of performers reading from the autobiographies and memoirs of the famous and infamous, will now play three performances on Broadway this holiday season, instead of the previously announced four.
The engagement has canceled the December 3 performance due to scheduling conflicts; the Monday performances November 26, December 10, and December 17 will go on as scheduled at the Marquis Theatre.
The Marquis is also hosting a holiday run of The Illusionists—the lucrative touring production that returns for its fourth Broadway engagement beginning November 23.
Created by Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel, the show features an ever-changing selection of tell-alls and memoirs, performed verbatim by a rotating cast of comedians and actors. Over the years, Celebrity Autobiography has incorporated the words of Sarah Palin, Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, Ivana Trump, Vanna White, Mr. T, Star Jones, Kenny Loggins, Tommy Lee, Sylvester Stallone, 'N Sync, Zsa Zsa Gabor, David Cassidy, Neil Sedaka, Britney Spears, Madonna, Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson, Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher, and Debbie Reynolds.
Celebrity Autobiography has been a New York nightlife staple for over a decade and marks its Broadway premiere with the Marquis Theatre stint. The franchise has been produced around the U.S., including a Los Angeles engagement and a Bravo television special.
Performances are at 8 PM. Celebrity Autobiography is produced on Broadway by MagicSpace Entertainment, Angelo Fraboni, Carl Pasbjerg, Dayle Reyfel, and EP Productions.