Celebrity Autobiography

Celebrity Autobiography

Broadway
Comedy
Original
The Drama Desk Award-winning hit comedy show in which celebrities act out other celebrities' jaw-dropping memoirs verbatim comes to Braodway's Marquis Theatre three nights only this holiday season. After a decade of playing Off-Broadway and across the globe, Celebrity Autobiography conquers Broadway with a company including Tony Danza (December 10), Alec Baldwin (December 10), Mario Cantone, Rachel Dratch, Susan Lucci (December 10 and 17), Eugene Pack, Antoni Porowski (December 17), Dayle Refel, Cecily Strong (December 17), Michael Urie (December 17), and more!

SYNOPSIS: Created by Emmy Award nominated writer-performer Eugene Pack and developed by Pack and Dayle Reyfel, Celebrity Autobiography features a first-rate comedic ensemble performing from the actual memoirs of a wide range of celebrities. The unique show features mashups with the entire cast performing multiple memoirs covering themes such as fitness, music, food, sports, politics, celebrity poetry, and Hollywood love triangles, including the most famous love story in history—Elizabeth Taylor, Debbie Reynolds, Eddie Fisher, and Richard Burton—told from all sides. With rotating cast members and ever-changing material, each performance has new and unforgettably hilarious surprises. You’ll never see the same show twice!
  • Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission

QUICK STATS

(as of Dec 23, 2018) Total Current Gross: $223,394 Highest Weekly Gross: $115,653 (Week Ending Dec 16, 2018)   Average Ticket Price: $53.77 Average % Capacity: 83.92%

Grosses

Week Ending Week Number This Week Gross Potential Gross Diff $ Avg Ticket Top Ticket Seats Sold Seats in Theatre Perfs Previews % Cap This Week Diff % cap
Dec 23, 2018 30 $65,859.00 $150,876.00 -$49,794.00 $47.59 $197.00 1384 1638 1 0 84.49% -1.22%
Dec 16, 2018 29 $115,653.00 $150,876.00 $73,771.00 $82.37 $197.00 1404 1638 1 0 85.71% 4.15%
Dec 2, 2018 27 $41,882.00 $179,476.00 $0.00 $31.35 $197.00 1336 1638 1 0 81.56% 0.00%
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