Celebs Scramble to Put Together Plays in 24 Hours to Benefit Arts Education
A series of one-act plays that were written and produced in the previous 24 hours by actors including "Modern Family's" Jesse Tyler Ferguson, "SNL's" Taran Killam, and James McAvoy, were performed late last month at Broadway's American Airlines Theater.
"The 24 Hours Plays," now in its 13th year, benefits the Urban Arts Partnership, which brings arts education to the schools that need it most.
"Extra" caught up with the actors as they scrambled to get their plays together. Watch!
After the Grammys, the stars hit all the big after-parties, which were hosted by Interscope and Universal Music Group.
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