Sara Bareilles, Andrew Rannells and More to Play Broadway-Themed Drinking Game for a Good Cause

Bottoms up!

Stephen Amell and a bevy of his pals — including Sara Bareilles, Jenna Dewan, Andrew Rannells and more — will be having a raucous night of fun this weekend.

Starting at 8 p.m. on Sunday, fans can tune in to a one-night only livestream of the Drunken Artists Drinking Game, in which each celebrity player draws a picture representing a Broadway musical title while participants try to guess it in the quickest time possible.

All proceeds from each $25 ticket, available for purchase on Eventbrite, will go towards The Actors Fund, Black Theatre United and Project ALS. Donations to the latter will be made in honor of late actress Rebecca Luker, who died of complications from the disease in December.

Amell will be hosting the game night along with Broadway couple Patti Murin and Colin Donnell, who recently launched a red blend called Eleven O'Clock Number with Nocking Points Wines, a company co-founded by the Arrow star.

“Having tried many bottles of wine over the years with Patti and Colin, I am thrilled to be joining them Sunday to raise awareness for these fantastic charities and raise a few glasses," Rannells tells PEOPLE.

“I feel inspired by Patti and Colin," adds Bareilles. "I love that they found another creative way to integrate activism into their lives and do something that brings joy, and potentially a hangover, to fundraising work for wildly important organizations who are changing the world in tremendous ways. Yay friends doing wonderful things.”

Others participating in the Broadway-themed game include Jelani Alladin, Annaleigh Ashford, Laura Benanti, Alex Brightman, Michelle Buteau, Kerry Butler, Reeve Carney, Donna Lynne Champlin, Michelle Collins, Gavin Creel, Mike Doyle, Scott Evans, Jamie Grayson, Justin Guarini, Erika Henningsen, Nikki James, Steve Kazee, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Telly Leung, Rob McClure, S. Epatha Merkerson, Eva Noblezada, Kelli O'Hara, Josh Segarra, Max Von Essen and Alex Wyse.

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