Actors Zachary Levi (‘Chuck’), Ben McKenzie (‘Southland’), Jason Ritter (‘The Event’), and Josh Radnor (‘How I Met Your Mother’) will host the Bohemian Dream Party to benefit the Young Storytellers Foundation, a nonprofit arts-education organization, on March 6th.

The Bohemian Dream Party is an entertainment industry-supported affair promoting a culture of literacy in the community and academic achievement in the classroom. Among the celebration, the evening’s entertainment will include live performances, tarot readings, live painting, chocolate and wine tasting, absinthe by Lucid, magicians, a benefit fashion show, and a charity auction to help continue support of the Young Storytellers Foundation.

The Bohemian Dream Party will take place at Bardot, located at 1737 North Vine Street, from 7-10 PM with red carpet arrivals taking place from 7-8 PM.

About Young Storytellers Foundation
The Young Storytellers Foundation (YSF) is a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization dedicated to developing literacy, self-expression and self-esteem in elementary school students through the art of storytelling. YSF currently serves over 2,500 students in Los Angeles public schools where the concentration of poverty is high and academic performance tends to be low. During an eight-week session of one-on-one mentoring, fourth and fifth grade students write their screenplays. Then, YSF invites professional actors to perform the student’s scripts in the school auditorium in front of family, friends and faculty.

For more information on the Young Storytellers Foundation, visit

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