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Lexington’s Rachel Dratch performs

HOMECOMING: Audiences around the world know actress and comedian Rachel Dratch for her seven-year run on “Saturday Night Live” and movie credits including “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” and “My Life in Ruins.” At 8 p.m. Saturday, local audiences can see the Lexington native performing in “Celebrity Auto­biography”   at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center , 333 Nahanton St. in Newton.

In the award-winning comedy, the cast reads passages from real celebrity memoirs. Dratch will share the stage with New Jersey resident Alan Zweibel,   an original “Saturday Night Live” writer; New York stand-up comedian Jackie Hoffman ; and California resident Eugene Pack,  a writer, producer, actor, playwright and cocreator of “Celebrity Autobiography.”

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