Photo by Jordan Tiberio.

ABOUT THE COMPANY

INVULNERABLE NOTHINGS is an internationally minded theatre collective and producing partnership committed to poetic language in performance, radically flat collaborative structures, and the theatrical activation of research and library centers. Recent projects include a rep staging of Howard Brenton’s Bloody Poetry matched to (un)staged readings from Byron and the Shelleys (The Brooklyn Art Library; The Sekrit Theater Austin) as well as a site-specific apartment staging of Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day (Bath Festival; The Milk Bar Bristol). Upcoming projects include Crow Plays, a series of short devised pieces inspired by Ted Hughes’ Crow, and a gender inverted production of Love's Labour's Lost (previously presented by the company as a reading with The New York Public Library).

CONTACT

Drop us a line at invulnerablenothings@gmail.com

SUPPORT

To make a fully tax deductible gift in support of Invulnerable Nothings, please visit us on Fractured Atlas!

 

INVULNERABLE NOTHINGS is grateful for the various support of 44AD, John Alfone, Roger Apfelbaum, Matthew Armstrong, Anastasia Auber, The Bath and North East Somerset Council, Jaclyn Bethany, Lindsea Bevington, April Bingham, The Brooklyn Art Library, The Byron Society, Meredith Case, John Clark, Wendy Corn, Ashley Dennig, Steve Donie, Fractured Atlas,  The Garage International, Lawrence Gasda, The Harry Ransom Center, Kathryn Harvey, Hops and Grain, The Keats-Shelley Association of America, Coley Kellogg, Estee Kellogg, Anya Klepikov, Andrew Koger, Andrew Leisman and Julia Macalaster, Charlene & Tom Marsh, Erica McCarthy, The Metier Foundation, The Morgan Library, Michael Murphy, Suze Myers, Claudia Johnson, Mark Paredes, Marissa Passi, Steven Peterman, Amelia Raley, Beau Reichert, #Romantics200, Pamela Rose, Jessica Ryan, The Sekrit Theater, Jeremy Schroer, Tammy Starling, Alexandria Subia, Mary Anne Taylor, Irene Yardley, Jordan Tiberio, Tim Vasen, and Susan J. Wolfson.


Note: Invulnerable Nothings is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Invulnerable Nothings must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by United States law.