SEATTLE -- Broadway actor Don Darryl Rivera won Best Supporting Actor at the recently held 2017 Gregory Awards for playing Sancho Panza in 5th Avenue Theatre's "Man of La Mancha," which ran late last year.
"When they called my name, I think the first word that came out of my mouth was a curse word because I was so pleasantly surprised!" says the Seattle native.
Named after Gregory Falls (1922-97), founding artistic director of A Contemporary Theatre and a former chair of University of Washington's School of Drama, the awards are administered, funded, and produced by Theatre Puget Sound.
"I was so not expecting to win that I didn't even...
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