Michael C. Hall and Long Wharf Theatre to Be Honored by National Corporate Theatre Fund
The organization has announced its annual gala.
Recent Hedwig and the Angry Inch star Michael C. Hall will be honored with the Theatre Artist Award at the National Corporate Theatre Fund's annual Chairman's Awards Gala. It will be held Monday, April 13, at the Pierre New York to celebrate the creation of theatrical works and arts education at theaters across America.
"Michael C. Hall has been one of the most admired artists of his generation," said Bruce E. Whitacre, NCTF executive director, in a statement. "The indelible characters he has embodied onstage and onscreen have always been portrayed with a unique, brave passion that draws us in even under the most extreme circumstances."
Additionally, Jolyon F. Stern and DeWitt Stern will receive the Corporate Leadership Award during the gala. Long Wharf Theatre, in honor of its 50th Anniversary, will receive the 50 Years of Achievement in Theatre Award. Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Long Wharf Theatre are both insured by DeWitt Stern, which was founded in 1899 and which specializes in insurance for cultural institutions and the performing arts.
Hall has also been seen on Broadway in The Realistic Joneses, Chicago, and Cabaret. His stage credits also include Mr. Marmalade and Corpus Christi, among other shows. On television, he starred in Six Feet Under and Dexter.