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If a show is marked “Sold Out” we may still have a limited number of tickets available at the venue’s box office the night of the show. A line begins approximately 60-90 minutes before showtime, and any available seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Dayle Reyfel

Dayle Reyfel is a winner of the Drama Desk award and produced and starred in “Celebrity Autobiography" on Broadway. She has developed "Celebrity Autobiography" along with Eugene Pack since the beginning of the project. Ms. Reyfel is one of the original stars of the show and has performed in, directed and launched the touring companies in New York, Los Angeles, Edinburgh, London’s West End and in Australia, at The Sydney Opera House. She has also performed at San Francisco’s Sketchfest, Long Wharf, Old Globe, London's Leicester Square Theatre,and the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Dayle is one of the artistic producers and performers of the Pack Podcast and also the live shows of The Pack Players. She has produced/performed in numerous plays presented at Guild Hall, Naked Angels, NY Stage and Film, Cherry Lane Theater and the Mark Taper. Her television credits also include executive producing the critically acclaimed Bravo special "Celebrity Autobiography," in which she also appeared, E! Entertainment’s "In Their Own Words," in addition to her work on Bravo’s "A list Awards." Dayle is also an award-winning playwright for her plays “Slip/Knot” and “Mayhap”.