REMISSION Plays The TerraNOVA Solo-Festival Through 5/18

The one-man performance piece REMISSION is a delineation of Daniel Martin Berkey's 51 year journey through myriad landscapes of schizophrenia with attendant addictions to alcohol, heroin and sex, culminating in complete remission of all symptoms following an apocalyptic hallucination in February 2006.

Performances will be at P.S 122 located at 150 1st Avenue New York, NY 10009 as part of the 7th Annual soloNOVA Arts Festival on the following dates: May 6th 7pm, May 8th 7pm, May 10th 7pm, May 15th 2pm and May 18th 7pm.

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REMISSION was written by Kirk Wood Bromley. Bromley has been a playwright in NYC for 20 years, and has won a variety of awards, including two Excellence Awards in FringeNYC (Playwriting in 2002 for The American Revolution and Book/Lyrics in 2003 for Lost - The Musical) and The Berrilla Kerr Excellence in Playwriting award. Inverse Theater, the company of which he is artistic director, was named "Best Downtown Theater Company" (NYPress, 2001) and won the Caffe Cino Award at the inaugural 2005 New York Innovative Theater Awards.

Daniel Berkey started acting in 1980 in Minneapolis after abandoning a career in mathematics. In 1989 he earned an MFA in acting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Throughout the nineties he divided his time between Richard Schechner's East Coast Artists, Monkey Wrench Theatre and The Storm Theatre. In 2006 he began exploring film. Recent releases include Plague Town, The Capitalist, and The Shriven. He lives in Manhattan

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