Screenplays of a select group of local middle schoolers are acted by well-known actors.
The Young Storytellers Foundation is a local volunteer-based creative arts program that is active in more than 35 schools across Los Angeles, providing a mentor for nearly 700 middle school students a year. Adult mentors help school children write and produce a short screenplay, using only pen, paper and their imagination. Each October, YSF presents their "Biggest Show" where the screenplays of a select group of local middle schoolers are chosen to be acted out by well-known actors.
This years' celebrity performers include Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ed Helms, Rashida Jones, Mindy Kaling and many more.