'Glee' Stars Do Good
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
October 22, 2012
Glee stars Naya Rivera, Kevin McHale, Darren Criss, and more performed at the Young Storytellers Foundation's annual The Biggest Show event in Culver City, California on Sunday, where they performed scripts written by young student storytellers to help reinforce arts education in Los Angeles public schools.
"Having an event like this where you get to take on roles written by young, brilliant, uninhibited minds is such a treasure because when you have kids writing things, they're not sort of influenced by things that happen to adults," Darren says. "As you get older, you kind of start thinking about money, and what your bosses might like, but when you're a kid your imagination is endless."
"I think it's so cool and so important that something likes this exists for creativity within the young minds of these amazing kids," Naya adds. "I loved to write when I was growing up, and if I would've known something like this existed, I definitely would have been a part of it."
Check out the video to see the Glee stars hilariously bring the young storytellers' tales to life, including Darren, Kevin and newcomer Dean Geyer taking on Adrian Hernandez's "Beatles Forever," where the handsome trio play The Beatles!