Matthew Broderick and Williamstown Theatre Festival artistic director Mandy Greenfield celebrate at the WTF annual gala.
Matthew Broderick and Mandy Greenfield celebrate at the Williamstown Theatre Festival annual gala.
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This year's annual Williamstown Theatre Festival held its annual gala last night, February 5, at Tao Downtown in New York City. President of programming for Showtime and former WTF managing director Gary Levine was honored at the event.

The evening included cocktails and dinner, along with special appearances by Tony winner Mandy Patinkin (Homeland), Emmy Rossum (Shameless), and Tony nominee Phillipa Soo (Hamilton), among others. Check out photos from the star-studded gala in the gallery below.

Founded in 1955, Williamstown Theatre Festival earned the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre in 2002. Under artistic director Mandy Greenfield, WTF produces world-premiere plays as well as revivals of some of the great works of the Western theatrical canon. In 2015, the Festival launched a New Play Commissioning Program as well as Community Works, which unites professional theater artists with Berkshire residents to create new work. Playwrights under commission include Fernanda Coppel, Halley Feiffer, Matthew Lopez, Jiehae Park, Benjamin Scheuer, and Lucy Thurber.

For more information on Williamstown Theatre Festival's recently announced 2018 season, click here.