A ‘bullet catcher’ is Army slang for an infantryman... 

 

They live and die on the frontlines and carry this nickname like a badge of honor. It’s a sacrifice that few are willing to make. The honorable men who volunteer for this service don’t take it lightly. Neither do the women.

Set in the not too distant future, Bullet Catchers follows the first official mixed gender infantry unit in the U.S. Army, from training to deployment. In the throes of war, they must face what it means to be a soldier, a unit, and a part of history.  

Told in part through dance, music, and poetry, Bullet Catchers is a new, collaboratively written play based on interviews with current service members and veterans, as well as members of our own ensemble.

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Conceived by Maggie Moore and Julia Sears. Produced by Clutch Productions and Josiah Grimm

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ABOUT THE PLAY

Our roots, our path and why Bullet Catchers is a pioneer project.  

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ABOUT OUR TEAM

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Clutch Productions, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to creating opportunities for emerging female artists in theatre and film. By commissioning and producing original works, Clutch provides vital creative space for female writers, directors, actors, and designers to collaborate and work together. 

Actors/Co-writers Victoria Nassif and Emma Walton on a virtual shooting range on a research trip to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst  

Actors/Co-writers Victoria Nassif and Emma Walton on a virtual shooting range on a research trip to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst  

Bullet Catchers was developed in part with assistance from Opera House Arts Residency Program, Empty Chair Theatre and the Barn Arts Collective.

Equity Showcase (Approval Pending)