Last month, the third annual Gregory Awards filled ACT Theatre with tears of joy and a boisterous (and fashionable) audience as Western Washington’s theatre community honored its best. Also in attendance was a nagging sense of déjà vu. ACT Theatre snagged Theatre of the Year for the second year in a row, while Book-It Repertory Theatre’s production The Cider House Rules, Part Two: In Other Parts of the World was honored as this year’s Outstanding Production (see photo), following in the footsteps of its predecessor, The Cider House Rules, Part One, which took home the award in 2010. The evening’s biggest winner was newcomer Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World, which had its premiere at ACT this past summer. Yussef El Guindi, who penned the play, won the Outstanding Playwright Award, while lead actress Carol Roscoe (Sheri) tearfully accepted her Gregory for Outstanding Actress.