In Nobody six people come together, each for their own reasons, at a restaurant on the Lower East Side. Obsessively going over the events of the day, they grasp at trying to come to terms with their disjointed lives and their singular, unsettling dream.
"Skillman has these people reveal themselves, inadvertently and almost in passing, in little breathtaking non-sequitur asides...this is all that Nobody is about—the ways that in fact everybody is Somebody, because of those idiosyncratic, individual details that make us so and sometimes prevent us from connecting as we intend." - NYTheatre.com
"The train-of-thought flow of Skillman's language finds a comfortable home inside the charged monotone of her characters' voices. It's not often that a theatergoer has the opportunity to observe as an actor tears into the subconscious of a character. It's not an experience one is likely to forget."- Laura Palotie, PeekingThroughTheCurtain.com