The Homebound Project is pleased to announce the lineup for its fifth and final edition of new online theater benefiting hungry children affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Co-creators Catya McMullen and Jenna Worsham, along with their all-volunteer team, are also pleased to announce that over $100,000 has been raised to date for No Kid Hungry, a national campaign working to end childhood hunger. Through No Kid Hungry, this amount can help connect kids in need across the country with up to 1 million healthy meals. For this fifth and final edition of The Homebound Project, an anonymous donor will be matching all donations, dollar for dollar, up to $20,000. The playwrights in the fifth edition of The Homebound Project, airing August 5–9, 2020, have been given the prompt of “Homemade.” Participating actors, playwrights, and directors include:


Brian Cox and Nicole Ansari-Cox in a work by Melis Aker, directed by Tatiana PandianiJoslyn DeFreece in a work by Lloyd Suh, directed by Colette Robert; A work by Lena Dunham, directed by Maggie Burrows, performer TBA; Ryan J. Haddad in a work by Christopher Oscar Peña, directed by Jaki BradleyDaniel K. Isaac in a work by Sylvia KhouryAndy Lucien in a work by Donnetta Lavinia GraysLaurie Metcalf in work by Stephen KaramKelli O’Hara in a work by Lindsey Ferrentino, directed by Scott EllisAustin Pendleton in a work by Craig Lucas, directed by Pam MacKinnonCesar J. Rosado in a work by Basil Kreimendahl, directed by Samantha SouleAmanda Seyfried in a work by Catya McMullen; directed by Jenna Worsham; and Johnny Sibilly in a work by Korde Arrington Tuttle, directed by Jenna Worsham.


The fifth edition of The Homebound Project will stream online beginning at 7pm EST on Wednesday, August 5 until 7pm EST on Sunday, August 9. View-at-home tickets are currently on sale at and begin at a donation level of $10. Complimentary viewings for first responders and essential workers have been made possible by an anonymous donor. Each collection from this independent theater initiative is available to stream over a strictly limited 4-day period.