Stars Get Charitable for 13th Annual 24 Hour Plays on Broadway Event
Getting creative for a good cause, some of our favorite celebrities showed up for the 13th Annual 24 Hour Plays on Broadway in New York City on Monday night (November 18).
Meanwhile, “Modern Family” funnyman Jesse Tyler Ferguson hammed it up with Philip Courtney, the CEO of Urban Arts Partnership.
And James McAvoy made his Broadway debut at the event, joining Taran Killam, Thomas Kail, and Mickey Sumner in celebration.
Fellow participant Rosie Perez gushed over the opportunity to hang with James- "As a big X-Men geek and fan of James' acting, I'm doubly excited about meeting him.”
The 13th Annual 24 Hour Plays on Broadway served as a fundraiser for the Urban Arts Partnership, New York City’s largest arts education organization.
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