Amy Morton to Be Honored at 2011 Pell Gala
Now in their second decade, the Pell Awards were established to honor Senator Claiborne Pell and recognize artistic excellence in Rhode Island and on the national level. Also being honored at the event are Trinity Repertory's founding artistic director Adrian Hall and internationally recognized glass artist Steven Weinberg.
Morton received a Tony nomination for her work in August: Osage County, with other Broadway credits including One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. She will return to Broadway in fall 2012 in the critically acclaimed production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which originated at Steppenwolf Theatre, where she is a company member.
Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Trinity Rep's artistic and educational programs.