Lance Bass Announced As Host Of 24 Hour Hollywood Rush Theater Event
From Lance’s Facebook:
Joining Lance at the evening are celebrities including Adam Shankman of “So You Think You Can Dance,” “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner,” Nia Vardalos of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” the charming Nate Berkus, Melissa Joan Hart, Josh Radnor from “How I Met Your Mother,” as well as “Queer as Folk’s” Peter Paige, Shiri Appleby of “Life Unexpected,” “E! Fashion Police’s” George Kotsiopoulos and Melanie Lynskey of “Two and a Half Men.”
This night of unpredictable and unique theater will take place on Sunday, February 20 at the Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, in support of The Baby Dragon Fund and The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center. Tickets recently went on sale at www.24hourhollywoodrush.org.
Dozens of Hollywood’s most talented writers, directors and actors will come together to participate in the unique evening. The uniqueness of its format, the unpredictability of the performances and the incredibly tight turn-around of content will all contribute to the evening’s excitement. The writing of the plays for “24 Hour Hollywood Rush” will commence the night before the show on Saturday evening February 19 at an undisclosed location.
Ticket prices start at $30 for general admission. VIP tickets are also available, which include access to the VIP after-party featuring the all-star cast and crew, at the historic Ebell Club of Los Angeles following the performance. The evening will include a sponsored bar and non-alcoholic beverages provided by Neuro Drinks. For those unable to attend the event but interesting in supporting the project and organization, sponsored tickets are available, which will be utilized by members of the Los Angeles community in recovery, affected by addiction-related issues, and youth and seniors involved with the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center. Regular and VIP ticketing, sponsored tickets, and donations to The Baby Dragon Fund are available at www.24hourhollywoodrush.org.
The Baby Dragon Fund fuels an array of essential recovery programs developed for the youth of Los Angeles to live fully and courageously in the face of addiction, depression and issues of sexual identity. With no government funding, these programs rely solely on private donation and fundraising. The target goal of the evening is to raise a minimum of $150,000 that will go directly to The Baby Dragon Fund.