Newly enlisted talent for the ongoing series includes two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick, comedienne Joy Behar of "The View," as well as "Saturday Night Live" regular Jason Sudeikis.
Celebrity Autobiography will also boast appearances by Rachel Dratch ("SNL," "30 Rock"), Jackie Hoffman (Xanadu), Carson Kressley ("Queer Eye"), Andrea Martin (Young Frankenstein), Seth Rudetsky (The Ritz) and Mary Testa (Xanadu).
Eugene Pack, who created the series, previously commented, "I would listen to a lot of books-on-tape, particularly autobiographies, and was astounded at what people would write about. When I would get a hold of one of these books and read it out loud to friends, they'd insist I was making it up. But people actually wrote these words! So I decided to put the material up in front of an audience, knowing that it would be extremely entertaining."
The cast and what autobiographies will be presented rotate on a weekly basis. Elizabeth Taylor, Mr T, Tommy Lee and Sylvester Stallone's autobiographies are slated to be featured. The words of Ivana Trump, Vanna White, Star Jones, Kenny Loggins, Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson, Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds have also been performed in previous Celebrity Autobiography evenings. Celebrity Autobiography began its Triad run Jan. 28, with a roster of talent including Kristen Johnston, Karen Ziemba, Richard Kind, Tony Roberts, Cheyenne Jackson, Kristen Wiig, Dayle Reyfel, Jack Plotnick and Eugene Pack.
The six-week New York engagement of Celebrity Autobiography will play Monday evenings through March 3. Reservations are available by calling (212) 362-2590. The Triad is located in Manhattan at 158 West 72nd Street.
For more information visit www.celebrityautobiography.com.