Tony winners Kristin Chenoweth, Steve Kazee and Billy Porter and First Date star Zachary Levi are among the Broadway favorites who have signed on for Paul Rudd's second annual All-Star Bowling Benefit on October 21 at Lucky Strike lanes. The gala event benefits Our Time, a nonprofit organization offering arts programs and summer camp for children who stutter.
Celebrities who have signed on to bowl and share dinner with guests include David Alan Basche, Lewis Black, Everett Brandley, Maddie Corman, Lucy DeVito, Melissa Errico, Katie Finneran, Kate Flannery, Dominic Fumusa, Victor Garber, Judy Gold, Darren Goldstein, Kera Greene, Ann Harada, Mariska Hargitay Jeremy Hays, Shuler Hensley, Peter Herrman, Seth Herzog, Capathia Jenkins, Kick Kennedy, Richard Kind, Ilana Levine, Natasha Lyonne, Jesse L. Martin, Patrick McEnroe, Greg Naughton, John Oliver, Austin Pendleton, Eve Plumb, Alysia Reiner, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Amy Ryan, Sherie Rene Scott, Fisher Stevens and Zuzanna Szadkowski.
Rudd became interested in Our Time while playing a character who stutters in the 2006 Broadway production of Three Days of Rain. His other Broadway credits include Grace, Twelfth Night and The Last Night of Ballyhoo.