Many years have passed, but Nicole Pallozzi still remembers the magic of seeing “A Christmas Carol” in person as a child. Now an Associate Sponsorship and Corporate Social Responsibility Specialist at Amica Insurance, Pallozzi’s first trip to Trinity Rep came when she was a student at St. Augustine School in Providence.
“Ever since I was little, I’ve appreciated the arts,” Pallozzi said. “I remember going to Trinity Rep with my classmates and being so mesmerized by the performance. It truly put me in the holiday spirit, and made me excited to spend this special time of the year with family and friends.”
Another Amica employee, Social Media Specialist Cameron Bryce, saw “A Raisin in the Sun” at Trinity Rep while he was in high school. Bryce attended with his classmates as part of a field trip after reading the play for class.
For so many in Rhode Island, the experience of seeing a show at Trinity Rep is a staple that’s passed down from generation to generation. Amica, founded in Providence in 1907, also has strong roots in the state, and has made it its mission to provide the same type of world-class customer experience.
Trinity Rep and Amica also have a longstanding history of supporting their local communities. They both aid programs and events that foster growth and stability.
“I’m proud to work for a company that – like Trinity Rep – places a major focus on giving back,” Bryce said. “We hope you enjoy this year’s presentation of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ and that your holiday season is filled with joy and laughter.