Herr Swetts
Directed by

Angela Pirko

Set in Germany in the 1930s, A Bright Room Called Day is Tony Kushner's insightful drama depicting the lives of a group of friends during the fall of the Weimar Republic and the rise of the Nazi Party. This is a "small batch audience" production, meaning only twenty seats are available per house. Most performances will sell out, so buy tickets early.

"Nu Sass has thrown down the gauntlet and embraced this challenging thought-provoking piece as a premiere full-length production with purposeful direction and stellar casting that rises to the levels of intensity required." -- Debbie Jackson, DC Theatre Scene

A Bright Room Called Day "creates a transformative experience... and John Stange [is] frankly terrifying [as] Herr Gottfried Swetts, otherwise known as the devil himself..." -- Hannah Landsberger, Broadway World

The Devil Himself.
Photo by Justin Schneider
"Veins... copper tubing... hot black oil..."
Photo by Justin Schneider