Rapp portrayed Daryl Coopersmith, a friend who gets tangled up in the inner-city adventure, alongside Elisabeth Shue, Maia Brewton and Keith Coogan. Chris Columbus, who made his directorial debut on "Adventures in Babysitting," also directed Rapp in the 2005 film of Rent.
Rapp will introduce the 7:45 PM screening and participate in a Q&A session after.
For those who don't recall, here's what happens: "Elisabeth Shue [stars] as a babysitter whose emergency errand into Chicago leads her and her young charges to an outrageous all-night fiasco, featuring run-ins with menacing car thieves and shank-wielding gang members, plus a stop at a dive where 'no one leaves without singing the blues.' A kind of flipside to 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off,' this is perhaps the lone Hughes-era teen comedy to pluck the kids out of suburbia only to pit them against their paranoid nightmares of the inner city."
For tickets visit 92YTribeca.
The 92YTribeca is located at 200 Hudson Street in Manhattan.