Tonight begins another packed weekend at Guild Hall. A stage reading of “The Whisper,” featuring Matthew Broderick, Jane Krakowski, Pamela Adlon, Jennifer Tilly, and Dayle Reyfel reading Eugene Pack’s new work about a girls’ night out weekend, will kick it off at 8. The evening benefits the Felix Organization, whose supporters were adopted as children and now work to enrich the lives of youngsters growing up in the foster care system. Tickets are $30; $28 for members, or, for prime orchestra seating and a V.I.P. reception, $75 and $70 for members.
Tomorrow, a new popular tradition, “Celebrity Autobiography,” returns at 7 and 9:30 p.m. with Christie Brinkley, Dick Cavett, Ralph Macchio, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Brooke Shields, Jennifer Tilly, and others reading “motherly wisdom” from Nancy Regan, Ivana Trump, Kathie Lee, Kris Jenner Kardashian, and Candy Spelling. Other themes include sports and food fascination, with words written by Sylvester Stallone, Tiger Woods, Joe Namath, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, and Cher. Tickets start at $40; $38 for members.
On Sunday at 11 a.m., Florence Fabricant will interview Melissa Clark, the author of a New York Times food column called “A Good Appetite,” who has also written for Bon Apetit, Food & Wine, EveryDay with Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart Living, and no less than 32 cookbooks (some of them co-authored). Her collaboration with Peter Berley, “The Modern Vegetarian Kitchen,” received both a James Beard award and a Julia Child Cookbook award in 2000. Ms. Clark will sign books after the interview. Admission is $15, $13 for members. A $75 V.I.P. ticket includes a 10 a.m. continental brunch with the speakers.
Sunday evening at 8, Classic Albums Live Band will perform the Beatles’ “Abbey Road” on stage. The album will be performed “note for note, cut for cut.” Tickets start at $40 with discounts for members.
Wynton Marsalis’s concert Saturday night is sold out.