“Celebrity Autobiography,” a comedy show in which celebrities act out the memoirs of other celebrities, is coming to Broadway for four nights over the holiday season.
The show, which features a rotating cast of performers including Alec Baldwin, Lewis Black, Rachel Dratch, Antoni Porowski and Cecily Strong, will have four Monday night performances at the Marquis Theatre on Nov. 26, Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17.
At the same time, the Nederlander-owned Marquis Theatre will also host “The Illusionists,” which will play the theater from Nov. 23 to Dec. 30, but is dark on Mondays. The theater has been empty since the closing of “Escape to Margaritaville” on July 1 and awaits the arrival of “Tootsie,” which begins previews on April 23.
Created by Eugene Pack in the late 90s, “Celebrity Autobiography” has been playing monthly off-Broadway at the Triad Theatre as well as in other cities across the country. The show had a 2005 Bravo television special.
It is produced on Broadway by MagicSpace Entertainment, Angelo Fraboni, Carl Pasbjerg, Dayle Reyfel and EP Productions.