Congratulations to the UW Drama Gregory Award Nominees! 

A hearty congratulations to all the members of the UW School of Drama family who were nominated for a 2018 Gregory Award! Nominees are:

 

Alexandra Tavares (PATP alum) is nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Play for her performance in Ironbound at Seattle Public Theatre

Amy Thone (faculty) is nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Play for her performance in Frost/Nixon at Strawberry Theatre Workshop

Andrew D. Smith (MFA alum and faculty) is nominated for Outstanding Lighting Designer for The Picture of Dorian Gray at Book-It Repertory Theatre 

Christine Tschigiri (MFA alum) is nominated for Outstanding Costume Design for King of the Yees at ACT Theatre 

Christopher Mumaw (MFA alum) is nominated for Outstanding Scenic Design for Hand to God at Seattle Public Theatre

Malika Oyetimein (PDTP alum) is nominated for Outstanding Director for I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings at Book-It Repertory Theatre, which she also co-adapted. 

Ray Tagavilla (BA alum) is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play for his performance in King of the Yees at ACT Theatre 

Sunam Ellis (PATP alum) is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play for her performance in Hand to God at Seattle Public Theatre 

Thorn Michaels (BA alum) is nominated for Outstanding Lighting Design for Ironbound at Seattle Public Theatre

Allison Standley (BA alum) is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical for her performance in Into the Woods at Village Theatre  

PATP alum Alexandra Tavares and faculty member Amy Thone were both members of the ensemble of Strawberry Theatre Workshop's Frost/Nixon, nominated for Outstanding Ensemble

Seattle Public Theater's Hand to God, directed by incoming faculty member Kelly Kitchens, is nominated for Outstanding Production

Seattle Public Theater's Ironbound, directed by incoming faculty member Kelly Kitchens, is nominated for Outstanding Production

Incoming faculty member Kelly Kitchens is nominated for Outstanding Director for Hand to God at Seattle Public Theater

ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery's Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, directed by faculty member and MFA alum Valerie Curtis-Newton, is nominated for Outstanding Musical

Matt Starritt (faculty) is nominated with collaborators Erin Bednarz and Pete Irving for Outstanding Sound/Music Design for INTIMAN Theatre's Dragon Lady

Rob Witmer (faculty) is nominated for Outstanding Sound/Music Design for Hand to God at Seattle Public Theater

 

The 10th Annual Gregory Awards will be held on October 22nd at McCaw Hall and are open to the public.

Congratulations to all the nominees!