Cumming Confirmed for Celebrity Autobiography Final Performance

News   Cumming Confirmed for Celebrity Autobiography Final Performance Tony Award winner Alan Cumming will take part in the final performance of Celebrity Autobiography – currently playing an extended engagement at the Triad.

Created by Eugene Pack, Celebrity Autobiography features a cast of performers reading from the autobiographies and memoirs of the famous and infamous.

Originally scheduled to conclude its run at the Triad on March 3, Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words extended for an additional three weeks of Monday-night performances through March 24.

Cumming – who earned a Tony Award for his work in the 1998 Sam Mendes-helmed revival of Cabaret – will appear in the final performance of the Triad run on March 24. Cumming has also appeared in the Broadway productions of Design for Living and the recent revival of The Threepenny Opera. He currently stars in the Off-Broadway staging of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull at Classic Stage Company.

Among the celebrities whose personal stories are presented in the rotating evenings are Elizabeth Taylor, Mr T, Tommy Lee, Sylvester Stallone, Ivana Trump, Vanna White, Star Jones, Kenny Loggins, Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson, Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.

The cast and what autobiographies will be presented rotate on a weekly basis. Performers who have appeared in the ongoing Celebrity Autobiography series include Matthew Broderick, Donna Murphy, Kristen Johnston, Jackie Hoffman, Mary Testa, Andrea Martin, Carson Kressley, Karen Ziemba, Richard Kind, Tony Roberts, Seth Rudetsky, Cheyenne Jackson, Kristen Wiig, Dayle Reyfel, Jack Plotnick and Eugene Pack. Celebrity Autobiography plays Monday evenings at the Triad. 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.