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Megan Fox isn't known for her singing, dancing or live theatrical acting, but that's not going to keep her away from the Great White Way! The 25-year-old Transformers starlet will make her Broadway debut this November in a limited one-day run. Yes, one day.
Fox has come aboard 24 Hour Plays, an annual fundraiser that benefits the Urban Arts Partnership, according to OnTheRedCarpet.com. She will be joining stars Sarah Silverman, Jesse Eisenberg, Gabourey Sidibe, Tracy Morgan and Jack McBrayer on stage for the ambitious project.
24 Hour Plays is something of a challenge for all the people involved in its production. The enterprise brings together 24 stars with six writers, six directors, two musical guests and a production staff. Together they conceive, write and rehearse six plays and -- the following day -- perform them live in front of a theatrical audience.
This will be one of the first times that Fox -- who got her start as a model, made a splash on TV, and became famous as Shia LaBeouf's sexy sidekick in the first two Transformers movies -- has performed in front of a live audience.
Tickets for the show are currently on sale for $250 apiece. The show will take place on Nov. 14 at New York City's American Airlines Theater.