Who’s better to dish on the hottest Hollywood gossip than A-list stars themselves? Well, on Friday, August 25, that’s exactly what will happen when Celebrity Autobiography returns to Guild Hall in East Hampton for two back-to-back readings.
“This edition will include themes such as fitness, politics, to romantic confessions,” noted Eugene Pack, who created the beloved show with Dayle Reyfel.
Hailed as “Brilliant” by New York Magazine and the “Funniest Show in Town, Hands down!” by Michael Riedel of the New York Post, the hit comedy enlists notable names to act out jaw-dropping moments from the memoirs of other celebrities. The Guild Hall version will feature Christie Brinkley, Mario Cantone, Susan Lucci, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Brooke Shields, Ali Wentworth, Alan Zweibel, Scott Adsit, and more.
“Through ‘their own hard to believed published words’ you will find out what exactly happened between Liza and Geraldo in a hotel room, the secret recipe behind Elvis’s peanut butter and banana sandwich,” explained Pack. “Why Zayn left One Direction, what Khloe Kardashian really thinks about the Hamptons, why Ivana Trump thinks a duck is the perfect pet, how Pippa Middelton prepares a party, and what Tiger Woods does to stroke his putt. This is only part of the show…”
This year’s Hamptons extravaganza will highlight never-before-seen moments from Oprah, Elvis, Celine, Zayn, Britney, Manilow, Madonna, and more, as well as hilarious new mashups that combine several memoirs including Dueling Divas – a “must see” political mother/daughter pairing – and a “Cookbook-N-Bake-Off” that showcases multiple celeb-written cook books and recipes and more.
“It will be one of the funniest ever!” added Pack.
Celebrity Autobiography can be seen at 7 p.m. and again at 9:30 p.m. Tickets begin at $40 ($38 for members).
Guild Hall is located at 158 Main Street in East Hampton. For more information, call 631-324-0806 or visit www.guildhall.org.