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Dana Berger

 
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Dana Berger is a graduate of LaGuardia H.S. for the Performing Arts in NYC and Duke University. She received a New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance for the one-woman show Washing Machine. The show was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award. Recent credits: ... (read complete bio)
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Bio:
Dana Berger is a graduate of LaGuardia H.S. for the Performing Arts in NYC and Duke University. She received a New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance for the one-woman show Washing Machine. The show was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award. Recent credits: ... (read complete bio)
The Echo Theater Company Presents LABFest 2021 Photo The Echo Theater Company Presents LABFest 2021
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 7, 2021

The Echo Theater Company will present¬†LABFest 2021,¬†a virtual reading festival of three new plays by Brian Ota√Īo, Roger Q. Mason and Christopher Sullivan that were developed in the company‚Äôs 2020 Playwright‚Äôs LAB.

Photo Flash: Celebrates Opening Night of HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH Photo Photo Flash: Celebrates Opening Night of HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 8, 2018

The World Premiere of Don Nguyen's Hello, From the Children of Planet Earth opens tonight, on March 7 at The Duke on 42nd Street, a New 42nd Street project. Presented by The Playwrights Realm (Katherine Kovner, Founding Artistic Director; Roberta Pereira, Producing Director) and directed by Jade King Carroll, this philosophical, and tender comedy is split between the perspectives of a lesbian couple trying to conceive, and their potential-sperm-donor/aerospace engineer friend as they're stretched to contemplate the unknowns of their future.

Don Nguyen's HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH Opens Tonight Photo Don Nguyen's HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH Opens Tonight
by Stephi Wild - Mar 7, 2018

The World Premiere of Don Nguyen's Hello, From the Children of Planet Earth opens tonight, on March 7 at The Duke on 42nd Street, a New 42nd Street project. Presented by The Playwrights Realm (Katherine Kovner, Founding Artistic Director; Roberta Pereira, Producing Director) and directed by Jade King Carroll, this philosophical, and tender comedy is split between the perspectives of a lesbian couple trying to conceive, and their potential-sperm-donor/aerospace engineer friend as they're stretched to contemplate the unknowns of their future.

Orna Banai, Miri Mesika, Ester Rada, Hadar Levi and more at Holon Theatre's WOMAN FES Photo Orna Banai, Miri Mesika, Ester Rada, Hadar Levi and more at Holon Theatre's WOMAN FESTIVAL 2018
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 2, 2018

In a special show for the festival: Degibri Big Band will host Miri Mesika, Ester Rada and Leena Makhoul in a tribute to the great jazz singers: Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Aretha Franklin and more. March 8, 21:30.

The Playwrights Realm to Present World Premiere of HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET Photo The Playwrights Realm to Present World Premiere of HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH
by Danielle Gutierrez - Jan 23, 2018

The Playwrights Realm will present HELLO, FROM THE CHILDREN OF PLANET EARTH, a World Premiere from Don Nguyen. The show will run February 24 through March 24 at The Duke on 42nd Street.

BWW TV: Watch a Trailer for STREEPSHOW!, Bringing the Shades of Meryl to Connelly Theater
by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 14, 2017

STREEPSHOW!, written by Jay Stull, and directed by Andrew Neisler for The Tank's Save & Print series opens at the Connelly Theater (220 East 4th Street, between Avenues A & B). STREEPSHOW! is the true story of 14 characters once played by Meryl Streep, picked to live in a house, and have their lives filmed to find out what happens when people stop being, oh I don't know, direct and start getting, well, breathy. Watch a trailer for the show below!

STREEPSHOW! to Premiere as Part of The Tank's 'Save & Print' Series
by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2017

The Tank will present STREEPSHOW!, written by Jay Stull, and directed by Andrew Neisler. Part of The Tank's Save & Print series, STREEPSHOW! begins performances on Friday, June 2 for a limited engagement through Saturday, June 24.

Lewis Black's ONE SLIGHT HITCH Coming to The Human Race Theatre, Today
by BWW News Desk - Apr 7, 2016

Spring has sprung and while love is in the air at The Human Race, April showers loom for the characters of the theatre company's latest production, One Slight Hitch. Life in suburban Cincinnati is good for Doc and Delia Coleman on the morning they're about to throw their eldest daughter the perfect wedding they never had, that is until her vagabond exboyfriend arrives on their doorstep and turns their best laid plans into total chaos. The result is a zany, door-slamming comedy about stressed-out parents, less-than-helpful siblings and interruptions galore from the mind of comedian Lewis Black. Will their daughter make it down the aisle or will the day end up a perfect disaster? The production at The Human Race's downtown Dayton home at The Loft Theatre is directed by Margarett Perry and features actors Brian Dykstra and Rita Rehn, with Dana Berger, Alex Curtis, Cecily Dowd, Kyle Nunn and Alex Sunderhaus. The preview performance of One Slight Hitch is Thursday, April 7. Opening night is Today, April 8. The production runs through April 24.

Photo Flash: First Look at The Human Race Theatre Co's ONE SLIGHT HITCH
by BWW News Desk - Apr 7, 2016

Spring has sprung and while love is in the air at The Human Race, April showers loom for the characters of the theatre company's latest production, ONE SLIGHT HITCH. The production at The Human Race's downtown Dayton home at The Loft Theatre is directed by Margarett Perry and features actors Brian Dykstra and Rita Rehn, with Dana Berger, Alex Curtis, Cecily Dowd, Kyle Nunn and Alex Sunderhaus. The preview performance of ONE SLIGHT HITCH is tonight, April 7. Opening night is tomorrow, April 8. The production runs through April 24. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Lewis Black's ONE SLIGHT HITCH Coming to The Human Race Theatre, 4/8
by Christina Mancuso - Mar 28, 2016

Spring has sprung and while love is in the air at The Human Race, April showers loom for the characters of the theatre company's latest production, One Slight Hitch. Life in suburban Cincinnati is good for Doc and Delia Coleman on the morning they're about to throw their eldest daughter the perfect wedding they never had, that is until her vagabond exboyfriend arrives on their doorstep and turns their best laid plans into total chaos. The result is a zany, door-slamming comedy about stressed-out parents, less-than-helpful siblings and interruptions galore from the mind of comedian Lewis Black. Will their daughter make it down the aisle or will the day end up a perfect disaster? The production at The Human Race's downtown Dayton home at The Loft Theatre is directed by Margarett Perry and features actors Brian Dykstra and Rita Rehn, with Dana Berger, Alex Curtis, Cecily Dowd, Kyle Nunn and Alex Sunderhaus. The preview performance of One Slight Hitch is Thursday, April 7. Opening night is Friday, April 8. The production runs through April 24.

The Human Race Theatre Company to Present Lewis Black's ONE SLIGHT HITCH, 4/7-24
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 17, 2016

Spring has sprung and while love is in the air at The Human Race, April showers loom for the characters of the theatre company's latest production, One Slight Hitch. Life in suburban Cincinnati is good for Doc and Delia Coleman on the morning they're about to throw their eldest daughter the perfect wedding they never had, that is until her vagabond ex-boyfriend arrives on their doorstep and turns their best laid plans into total chaos. The result is a zany, door-slamming comedy about stressed-out parents, less-than-helpful siblings and interruptions galore from the mind of comedian Lewis Black. Will their daughter make it down the aisle or will the day end up a perfect disaster? The production at The Human Race's downtown Dayton home at The Loft Theatre is directed by Margarett Perry and features actors Brian Dykstra and Rita Rehn, with Dana Berger, Alex Curtis, Cecily Dowd, Kyle Nunn and Alex Sunderhaus. The preview performance of One Slight Hitch is Thursday, April 7. Opening night is Friday, April 8. The production runs through April 24.

Photo Flash: The Amoralists' UTILITY Celebrates Opening at Rattlestick
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2016

The Amoralists present the world premiere of UTILITY, written by Emily Schwend and directed by Jay Stull. UTILITY runs now through February 20, 2016 in a limited engagement at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, located at 224 Waverly Place between Perry & West 11th Streets in New York City. The show opened on February 1, and BroadwayWorld has photos from the festivities below!

Dorset Theatre Festival to Stage Katie Forgette's SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE JERSEY LILY
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 23, 2015

Dorset Theatre Festival will stage Katie Forgette's Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily, a delightfully funny and exciting take on the famous detective story that weaves together threads of history and literature including the great Sherlock Holmes himself, his trusted friend Watson, the sinister Moriarty, the glamorous Lillie Langtry, and even Oscar Wilde. The production will be directed by Margarett Perry and will run from July 9th through the 25th. 'There is a reason that Sherlock is such a popular figure in literature as well as on stage and in film,' says Artistic Director Dina Janis. 'These mysteries are engaging throughout and always very satisfying. This piece in particular is so clever and entertaining.' The Case of the Jersey Lily places literature's favorite genius detective right in the middle of a blackmail scheme that connects the famous actress Lillie Langtry, celebrated playwright Oscar Wilde (just finishing work on his new play, The Importance of Being Forthright), criminal mastermind James Moriarty and Queen Victoria herself.

Studio 42's Final Unproducible Smackdown Set for Today
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2015

2015 Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Studio 42, Artistic Director) has announced that today, May 2nd, as part of its 15th Anniversary Season, Studio 42 will host the Final Unproducible Smackdown.

Studio 42's Final Unproducible Smackdown set for 5/2
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 29, 2015

2015 Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Studio 42, Artistic Director) has announced that on May 2nd, as part of its 15th Anniversary Season, Studio 42 will host the Final Unproducible Smackdown.

Photo Flash: First Look- World Premiere of THE HOUSE at the Kitchen Theatre
by Sally Henry Fuller - Sep 13, 2014

Kitchen Theatre Presents World Premiere of THE HOUSE - September 10-28. Check out production photos below!

Kitchen Theatre Company Announces Expanded Pay What You Can Program in 2014-2015 Season
by Anna Bencivengo - Sep 10, 2014

Kitchen Theatre Company announced that it is expanding its Pay What You Can Night program for the 2014-2015 season. This program allows patrons who might not otherwise be able to afford a ticket to pay the amount that works for them.

Kitchen Theatre Opens Theresa Rebeck's SEMINAR Tonight
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2014

Next up at Ithaca's Kitchen Theatre Company is a comedy: Theresa Rebeck's Broadway hit, SEMINAR. When four aspiring young authors sign up for a 10-session private class on fiction with an illustrious literary figure, they get a lot more than they bargained for. Leonard's ruthless and unorthodox teaching methods cause tensions to mount and egos to clash. Can they make it through? Find out when you see this bitingly funny show. Opening night is tonight, May 3, and the play closes on May 18.

Photo Flash: First Look at Kitchen Theatre's SEMINAR, Beginning Tonight
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 30, 2014

Next up at Ithaca's Kitchen Theatre Company is a comedy: Theresa Rebeck's Broadway hit, SEMINAR. When four aspiring young authors sign up for a 10-session private class on fiction with an illustrious literary figure, they get a lot more than they bargained for. Leonard's ruthless and unorthodox teaching methods cause tensions to mount and egos to clash. Can they make it through? Find out when you see this bitingly funny show. Previews are April 30, May 1, and May 2, opening night is May 3, and the play closes on May 18. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Photo Flash: SEMINAR Begins Tonight at the Kitchen Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2014

Next up at Ithaca's Kitchen Theatre Company is a comedy: Theresa Rebeck's Broadway hit, SEMINAR. When four aspiring young authors sign up for a 10-session private class on fiction with an illustrious literary figure, they get a lot more than they bargained for. Leonard's ruthless and unorthodox teaching methods cause tensions to mount and egos to clash. Can they make it through? Find out when you see this bitingly funny show. Previews are tonight, April 30, May 1, and May 2, opening night is May 3, and the play closes on May 18. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast below!

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