Black Honored by Williamstown Theatre Festival Nov. 17

News   Black Honored by Williamstown Theatre Festival Nov. 17 The Williamstown Theatre Festival honors comedian, actor and writer Lewis Black at its annual gala Nov. 17.

The evening, which begins at 6:30 PM, will be held in Manhattan at the Cipriani on 23rd Street. The gala will feature appearances by Williamstown veterans Nate Corddry, Rob Corddry, Christopher Fitzgerald, Jessica Stone and Tony winner James Naughton.

Past honorees at the annual Williamstown gala include actresses Kate Burton and Blythe Danner as well as playwrights A.R. Gurney and Tom Stoppard.

Well known for his stand-up and television appearances, including "Lewis Black's Root of All Evil," Black also contributes regularly to "The Daily Show with John Stewart." As an author, Black has penned "Nothing's Sacred" and "Me of Little Faith." He has written the plays The Deal and One Slight Hitch.

His work as an actor includes Once in a Lifetime, Camino Real, The Matchmaker and Dead End. Black also established the Bill Foeller Fellowship for emerging young directors at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

For further information phone (413) 597-4630 or visit WilliamstownTheatreFestival.

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