DKNY, GQ and Stella Artois serve as sponsors for the Oct. 29 event at New York City's St. Paul's Hall.
Artistic director John Ortiz along with co-artistic directors Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Gould Rubin (also serves as executive director) invite friends and fans to "watch four celebrity teams battle for victory in a hilarious speed charades competition!" as reads an announcement.
The evening will also honor Bennington College as The Dave Hogue Award recipient. The prize — presented for "artistic courage and outstanding dedication to LAByrinth Theater Company" — has previously been presented to Daryl Roth, Ira Pittelman, Madonna and George C. Wolfe.
To revisit the results from last year's event — featuring such stars as Daphne Rubin Vega, Billy Crudup, Gina Gershon, Bobby Cannavale, Sam Rockwell, Julianna Margulies, Justin Theroux and Robin Williams — visit Playbill.com's recap of the benefit.
All proceeds from this event will support LAB's current season. The troupe will open the 2007-2008 lineup with Bob Glaudini's A View from 151st Street (starting Oct. 5) and continue with Brett C. Leonard's Unconditional (directed by Mark Wing-Davey) and Stephen Adly Guirgis' The Little Flower of East Orange (directed by Hoffman). The company will also present developmental runs of Rebecca Cohen's Penalties & Interest and Scott Hudson's Sweet Storm for its 16th season. For tickets to the "Celebrity Charades" event at St. Paul's Hall (Columbus Ave. at 60 St.), call (212) 513-1014 or email email@example.com. For more information visit labtheater.org.