PHOTO CALL: Williamstown Theatre Festival Honors Lewis Black

News   PHOTO CALL: Williamstown Theatre Festival Honors Lewis Black Comedian, actor and writer Lewis Black was the honored guest at the Williamstown Theatre Festival's annual gala Nov. 17.
Honoree Lewis Black
Honoree Lewis Black

Best known for his stand-up and television appearances, including "Lewis Black's Root of All Evil" and "The Daily Show with John Stewart," Black is also an author and playwright. He has written the books "Nothing's Sacred" and "Me of Little Faith, and his stage works include The Deal and One Slight Hitch. Black also established the Bill Foeller Fellowship for emerging young directors at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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

Here is a look at a few of those in attendance Monday evening at the famed Manhattan eatery Cirpiani:

Blythe Danner
Nate Corddry
John Patrick Walker and Hope Davis
Dylan and Becky Ann Baker
Campbell Scott and Katherine McElfresh

Photos by Hechler Photographers