Some Awards and Reviews:

  * And Jack Sochet also turns in a riveting performance as Jericho’s manipulative partner        in crime Tynk.

                * Theatrescene.com of Jericho

  • "You hang on every word said by the remarkable Sochet as Baby Face Martin.  Though far too young for the role, the explosive actor mixes brimming anger and vulnerability so deftly he gives the character a great deal of nuance and even charm."

    • Backstage review of Dead End

 

  •  "Sochet provides an uproarious turn as the sly and seductive Satan."

    • Backstage review of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

 

  • "Sochet, who plays the glad-handing, petulant Satan, is an immensely talented actor…."

    • LA Theatre Review of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

                                                                                                                           

  • "Sochet’s Satan was sexy and scary, and Sochet danced the line between the two with grace."

    • SoCal.com review of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

 

  • "Sochet’s performance as Satan is unbeatable.  His strength is not as physical as it is mentally intoxicating."       

    • CampusCircle.com review of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

 

  • "Sochet, as Preston, handles himself with skill and poignant dignity."

    • Backstage review of Flight of the Penguin 


  • "Sochet, the ultimate geek, was delightful, endearing and funny."

    • The Tolucan Times review of Flight of the Penguin

 

  • "Summer nerd in residence, Sochet acquits himself very well, thank you."

    • Park LaBrea News/Beverly Press review of Flight of the Penguin

 

  • LA Weekly Best Ensemble Nomination for Flight of the Penguin

 

  • "Splendid performances from the versatile 14 member cast…"

    • Backstage review of The Chinese Massacre  

 

  • "As for the actors, they simply could not be better, jumping from role to role….  This review will simply list their names, after each of which you may insert your adjective of choice:  terrific, splendid, amusing, delightful, charming, forceful … Take your pick to describe the work of Jack Sochet, et al."

    • Stage Scene LA review of The Chinese Massacre

 

  • 14 astounding actors playing over 30 parts… The actors, who pick up cues with the speed of a prairie wildfire, are uniformly great. …Jack Sochet… et al deserve mention for handling a multitude of roles and tricky accents.

    • ActorsEntertainment.com of The Chinese Massacre

                                                                            

  • "Sochet was a notable performer."

    • NYTheater.com review of Henry V

 

  • "Sochet contributed an excellent performance."

    • Review of “Antony and Cleopatra” Julie Halpern

 

  • "Sochet, who plays a shy effeminate man, is excellent in his role."

    • Offbroadway.com review of The Sailor Home from the Sea

 

  • "Sochet and Karen Dusenbury brought the house down with an unpredictable episode.  While moving a white cot around the stage, as part of the action, the piece of furniture collapsed.  In the loud wave of laughter from the audience, both young players were prompted into slight smiles.  They suppressed as best possible laughing right out loud.  Seconds later, as Sochet jumped up and down in another bed, that too collapsed.  At that point both Dusenberry and Sochet could not hold back any longer and started to laugh.  They stepped out of character.  The entire incident was funny, and in ways so well handled by Sochet and Dusenbury that one of the stage’s biggest no-nos, loss of characterization, passed as a most refreshing, candid and charming incident.  Control restored, Sochet and Dusenbury continued with their performance, showing a great deal of poise and resourcefulness."

    • The Daily Freeman review of Red Cross

 

  • "Sochet does well with Shepherd.  He has the Shepherd American look.  He also has a rich deep voice that is an asset in his stage commitment."

    • The Daily Freeman review of “Red Cross” by James G. Shine, Kingston Freeman

 

  • "Show stopper is impish-looking Sochet as Mikhail Nazarov, the landlord’s son, taking a full plunge in the water with a magnificent nonchalance – composure intact, not an instant out of character."

    • The Daily Freeman review of Children of the Sun 

 

  • "Allen and Sochet give stunning performances."

    • The Daily Freeman review of The Vito Papers 

 

  • "Best Supporting Actor – Sochet in the role of Mikhail Nazarov, Bard College’s “Children of the Sun”. A refreshing youthful personality with the most extraordinary stage aplomb even in the most unexpected situations.  One actor to watch closely for future developments."

    • “The Year In The Theatre”   Daily Freeman Preview

 

  • "A Tour de Force."

    • Review of  Sochet in “A Poster of the Cosmos” by Jeanne Beauvais

 

The Jack Nicholson Award – UCLA School of Theatre