Sex symbol and actress Megan Fox is expanding her list of acting achievements by starring on Broadway. Not only is she making her debut, but she is taking the stage for a good cause.

Fox will perform in the production of the ‘24 Hour Plays’ project, which encourages students to get involved in the arts. The project benefits the Urban Arts Partnership, an organization that works toward improving “the intellectual, social and artistic development of underserved public school students through arts-integrated education programs to close the achievement gap.”

Produced by the 24 Hour Company and Freestyle Picture Company, twenty-four stars unite their talents with six writers, six directors, two musical guests and a production staff to produce six plays. A day later, the actors take to the stage and perform.

The ‘Transformers’ star, 28, joins a variety of actors and actresses such as Sarah Silverman, Jesse Eisenberg, Gabourey Sidibe and Tracy Morgan, who will all make their Broadway debut with Fox. Other stars who have previously participated in the show including John Krasinski, Julia Stiles and Jason Biggs will also star in this year’s event.

The two musical performers lending their vocals are Laura Bell Bundy and Andy Davis, known for their roles in the Broadway version of ‘Legally Blonde.’

The show begins on Nov. 14 in New York City at American Airlines Theater. Tickets are on sale for $250 apiece. Sounds like a great group of artists will fuse their talents and hearts together for the cause!

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