The Centerstage Theatre play in Seattle, For All That, received a nomination for a Gregory Award for outstanding new play. The play was written by Alan Bryce ’71.

As the Gregory Awards website noted, “The Gregory Awards are a set of honors dedicated to theatre in Washington State. Administered, funded and produced by Theatre Puget Sound, the Gregory Awards come together to celebrate the theatre arts in our region, honor the outstanding achievements of our theatre practitioners, and to raise the visibility of the local theatre scene as a whole.”

He previously wrote a play based on the Tylenol Murders of 1982, which was produced in March at the Centerstage Theatre. He is currently working on a new play, Cardinal Sins, which is on the backstory to the Magna Carta, which will open next May.

At Hamilton, Bryce majored in theatre, and he was on both the men’s outdoor track and field and soccer team. He was also an active member of the Emerson Literary Society.


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