Most Broadway stars spend their night off recharging for a demanding eight-show week. But on October 22, Grace leading man Paul Rudd donned his bowling shoes on behalf of a terrific cause: Our Time, a nonprofit organization that uses the arts to improve the confidence and communication skills of children who stutter. Founded by actor and director Taro Alexander, who has stuttered since age five, Our Time produces plays written by the kids and runs a one-of-a-kind summer camp that draws children from all over the country. Rudd attracted a bevy of big names to Lucky Strike who bowled alongside young people empowered by Our Time’s programs. Click below to see photos (by Mikiodo) of this happy event.