Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day follows a group of friends gathered in the Berlin apartment of Agnes Eggling as they navigate the Weimar Republic's dissolution and the Nazi party's meteoric rise from January 1933-October 1934. The Berlin timescape is periodically interrupted by Zillah, an American woman living in the Reagan-era with a mounting sense of political dread. INVULNERABLE NOTHINGS presents A Bright Room Called Day through special arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. and The Gersh Agency. This production appears in site responsive settings for small audiences and features the work of American, British, and German collaborators in a moment when Kushner's text feels chillingly prescient. 


-June 7-11, 2017: Four Performances as part of Bath Fringe Festival, Bath, UK, The Curfew Inn.

-June 15-18, 2017: Four Performance Encore, Bath, UK, The Curfew Inn.

-June 22-25, 2017: Four Performances, Bristol, UK, The Milk Bar.

All performances at 8pm



A Bright Room Called Day features the work of Jaclyn Bethany, Geraldine Brennan, Anna Christian, Katherine Hipkiss, C.C. Kellogg, Alexander Latham, Daniel Lewis-Jones, Ryan Mellish, Aimee Pollock, Tamara Ritthaler, Derekk Ross, Gates Torrey, Charlotte Turner-McMullan, and Emma Wollenskey, with special thanks to 44AD Gallery, Niklas Aarre, Roger Apfelbaum, Bath Fringe Festival, Bath Spa Live!, The Curfew Inn, Samuel De La Torre, The Milk Bar, Daniel Murphy, and Vintage to Vogue.

Photos by Niklas Aarre