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1646103056201.jpg's been really, really great to work in a rehearsal room that has been very safe and comfortable. Our director, Rachel Solomon, has been incredible in helping us navigate those really tough themes."

Violet, Nazareth College student, Shelby in John Proctor is the Villain

Left: Production photo from John Proctor is the Villain at Nazareth College.

Lighting Design - Emily Stork; Costume Design - Tiffany Howard; Set Design - Ola Kraszpulska

Photo by Alley Babcock

...I think it has been one of the most helpful classes I've taken as an actor. I felt that I was finally in an environment where I was comfortable with taking risks and trying things out to see what really worked for me."

Mick, SUNY Geneseo student

Right: Movement for Musical Theatre students at SUNY Geneseo

We were so impressed with the creativity being taught with the games, and the thunderstorm [activity] was amazing. We could not have been more pleased."

Parent, Academy Theatre Summer Camp

(Left: Photo of the beginning of the thunderstorm activity)

“The Christians” is a riveting, relevant play performed to near-perfection by Out of Pocket."

Leah Stacy, City Newspaper

(Right: Production photo from The Christians with Out of Pocket, Inc. Photo by Annette Dragon


Under Rachel Solomon's affectionate direction, these unemployed everymen and the women who love and support them are wonderfully relatable and irresistible to root for."

Erin McCarty, GoErie 

(Right: Photo from the cover of Her Times, a supplemental magazine to the Erie Times-News.

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