Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day follows a group of friends gathered in the Berlin apartment of Agnes Eggling as they collectively  navigate the Weimar Republic's dissolution and Nazi party's meteoric rise between January 1933-October 1934. The Berlin timescape is periodically interrupted by Zillah, an American woman living in Reagan-era New York with a mounting sense of political dread. Invulnerable Nothings presented A Bright Room Called Day through special arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. and The Gersh Agency in site specific apartment settings throughout South West England. The production featured the work of American, British, and German collaborators animated by the text in a post Brexit, post Trump context.

Photos by Niklas Aarre


-June 7-11, 2017:  Bath Fringe FestivalThe Curfew Inn , Bath UK

-June 15-18, 2017: Encore Bath Performances,  The Curfew Inn , Bath UK

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

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A Bright Room Called Day was directed by C.C. Kellogg. Lighting design was by Alexander Latham, with sound design by Gates Torrey. Costume design was by Emma Wollenskey, with an environmental set from Emma Wollenskey, C.C. Kellogg, and the ensemble. The cast featured Jaclyn Bethany, Geraldine Brennan, Anna Christian, Katherine Hipkiss, Daniel Lewis-Jones, Ryan Mellish, Aimee Pollock, Tamara Ritthaler, Derekk Ross, and Charlotte Turner-McMullan.

Special thanks to 44AD Gallery, Niklas Aarre, Roger Apfelbaum, The Bath Fringe Festival, Bath Spa Live!, The Curfew Inn, Samuel De La Torre, The Milk Bar, Daniel Murphy, Theatre Bath, Theatre Bristol, and Vintage to Vogue.