Celebrities Perform 24 Hour Plays On Broadway For A Good Cause

by guestofaguest · November 18, 2015

Celebrities Perform 24 Hour Plays On Broadway For A Good Cause

On Monday, November 16th, a slew of A-listers hit Broadway for the 15th Annual 24 Hour Plays, a gala event for charity that pushes the lines of creativity in the theater and inspires celebrities to write, direct and perform six original short plays in 24 hours. Kind of like Project Runway but for drama nerds. This year's company included big names like Edie Falco, Taran Killam, John Krasinski, Rosie Perez, Phylicia Rashad, Molly Ringwald, Julia Stiles, and Vanessa Williams, who all helped contribute to benefit the Urban Arts Partnership (UAP), New York City’s largest arts education organization. Click through for an inside look!

Who was there: Guests included Sasha Alexander, Geoffrey Arend, Jason Biggs, Kevin Daniels, Rachel Dratch, Edie Falco, Dan Finnerty, Ben Foster, Ashley Fink, Ari Graynor, Taran Killam, John Krasinski, David Krumholtz, Margarita Levieva, Adrienne Moore, Diane Neal, Rosie Perez, Jay Pharoah, Phylicia Rashad, Molly Ringwald, Zuliekha Robinson, Julia Stiles, Cecily Strong, Amber Tamblyn, Tracie Thoms, Vanessa Williams, Thomas Kail, Karen Kolhaas, Leigh Kilton Smith, Patricia McGregor, Kathy Najimi, Edoardo Ponti, David Lindsay-Abaire, Rachel Axler, David Cross, Dipika Guha, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Lucy Thurber, and Questlove.

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