(CBS) Megan Fox, Jesse Eisenberg, Sarah Silverman, John Krasinski, David Cross and Woody Harrelson are some of the celebrities that will be gracing the stage for this year's "24 Hour Plays on Broadway."
The annual event is a challenge for writers, directors and actors, who literally have 24 hours to write, produce and perform a play on Broadway. According to a press release, proceeds will benefit the Urban Arts Partnership, an organization that promotes arts-integrated education programs in underprivileged communities.
On Nov. 13 at 10 p.m., the full group of participants will begin the process of creating their plays, which will be performed on stage at the American Airlines Theater in New York at 8 p.m. the following day. According to the official website, the plays typically run about eight to twelve minutes each, with three to four actors or actresses in each performance. Typically, about six plays are featured.
Last year's participants included Gloria Estefan, Elizabeth Banks, Nia Vardalos, Claire Danes, Sarah Silverman Elijah Wood, America Ferrera, Christopher Meloni and Julia Stiles, according to Playbill.
This year's list of participants are:
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