A Busy Week at the John Drew Theater

A jam-packed schedule of programs

Guild Hall is steaming toward Labor Day weekend with a jam-packed schedule of programs ranging from comedy to new music to rock ’n’ roll to film. A staged reading of “Night With Oscar,” a new comedy by the Emmy-nominated writer Eugene Pack, will start things off tonight at 8. The play, set in a Long Island town on Oscar night, stars Tony Danza, Anita Gillette, Tate Donovan, Gina Gershon, Dayle Reyfel, Lucy DeVito, and John Mangaro. Tickets are $30, $28 for members. Prime orchestra seats and a V.I.P. reception are available for $75 and $70.

“Celebrity Autobiography,” a long-running New York comedy, will arrive at Guild Hall with new material tomorrow, with performances at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Created by Mr. Pack and Mr. Reyfel, both of whom will appear in the show, it features Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, Mr. Danza, Tovah Feldshuh, Susan Lucci, Ralph Macchio, Jerry O’Connell, and Rebecca Romijn acting out superstar memoirs onstage. Tickets are $40, $38 for members, with prime orchestra seats priced at $65 and $63.

Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble will perform a quartet concert Saturday at 8 p.m. Ms. Monk is a composer, performer, director, vocalist, filmmaker, and choreographer whose multidisciplinary works combine music, theater, and dance. Known for her vocal innovations, she formed the ensemble in 1978 to explore new and wider vocal textures and forms. Orchestra seats are $50, $48 for members, balcony tickets are $40 and $38, and prime orchestra, $75 and $70.

Classic rock ’n’ roll will be on the menu Monday night at 8 when the Hit Men, five veteran musicians who worked with Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Elton John, and Jim Croce, will perform a smorgasbord of hits, including “Sherry,” “Oh What a Night,” “Peace Train,” “Crocodile Rock,” and many more. Orchestra tickets are $60 and $58, balcony seats are $40 and $38, and prime orchestra costs $75 and $70.

The comedian, actor, and writer Rob Schneider, a performer on “Saturday Night Live” for four seasons, will bring his self-deprecating humor and goofball antics to the John Drew Theater on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mr. Schneider moved from stand-up and television to film in the mid-1990s. He starred in and co-wrote “Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo,” has directed two features, and has appeared in many films from Adam Sandler’s production company. Tickets are $65 and $63, $45 and $43 in the balcony, and $100 and $95 up close.

“Herb & Dorothy 50x50,” a documentary that continues the story of a postal worker and a librarian who amassed an important collection of cutting-edge contemporary art, will be screened on Wednesday evening at 8. The Vogels launched a project with the National Gallery of Art that gave 2,500 artworks to museums in all 50 states. In 2012, after the death of Mr. Vogel, his wife closed their collection and has since been creating a tribute to their unique partnership. The film will be followed by a conversation between Ms. Vogel and Ruth Appelhof, Guild Hall’s director. Tickets are $12, $10 for members.

“An Evening With Fran Lebowitz,” hosted by Dick Cavett, will take place next Thursday at 8 p.m., followed on Friday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m. by SummerDocs #4, the Hamptons Film Festival program, hosted by Alec Baldwin.