For the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown, The 24 Hour Plays On Broadway made a live, in-person return at Town Hall November 21. The 22nd annual event saw actors, writers, directors, and production staff staging six never-before-seen new works, devised from scratch in 24 hours.
This year's performer roster included Abubakr Ali, Justin Bartha, Julie Benko, Leyna Bloom, Sophia Anne Caruso, Juliana Canfield, Lilli Cooper, Maddie Corman, Tim Daly, Anthony Edwards, Willa Fitzgerald, River Gallo, Joel Marsh Garland, Jin Ha, Amy Hargreaves, Rachel Hilson, David Hull, Louisa Jacobson, Sydney Lemmon, Alex Moffat, Talene Monahon, Okieriete Onaodowan, Annie Parisse, Mo Rocca, and Ryan Jamaal Swain, with special appearances by Chad Burris, Larry Owens, Joél Pérez, Natalie Walker, and Libby Winters. Writer and directors included Jake Beckhard, Mack Brown, Mario Correa, Harris Doran, Kevin R. Free, Lily Houghton, Kathleen Marshall, Victor Malana Maog, Roger Q. Mason, Michael Mitnick, Nikkole Salter, and Jonathan Marc Sherman.
Take a look at the event below:
Proceeds benefit The 24 Hour Plays' year-round activities, which include education initiatives with students in middle school to college, professional development for emerging artists, and more.