Summer 2014 - Dana just completed a run of the regional premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Seminar at The Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, NY. She recently had a role in Elementary on CBS, opposite Lucy Liu, and performed in the play Streepshow! Episode 1 at Ars Nova in NYC in June. Last summer she performed in the world premiere of The Capables, as well as the first NYC staging of Dion Boucicault's The Poor of New York since 1931. You can watch her videos, check out her resume, and contact her at www.danaberger.com.
Summer 2013 - Dana Berger has been working steadily in NYC. She signed with Phoenix Artists Agency this year and just finished a sold-out run of the 1850s melodrama The Poor of New York, which ran at The Connelly Theater in Manhattan. She is currently in rehearsals for the World Premiere of The Capables by Jay Stull. This spring she starred in an episode of the web series "Dawg House," which went viral on YouTube. You can watch that episode and find out more about her work at <www.danaberger.com>.
Summer 2010 - Berger recently returned to NYC after a second stint at Syracuse Stage. Prior to that, she performed with Target Margin Theater, The Process Group (NY Fringe Festival), and took her one woman show, Washing Machine, to Manbites Dog Theater (Washing Machine was nominated for a 2009 Drama Desk Award.)
Winter 2009 - Berger has worked, in the past year, at Syracuse Stage, The SoHo Playhouse and Manbites Dog Theater, performing her third consecutive summer run of the one-woman show Washing Machine there in June. (Washing Machine was nominated for a 2009 Drama Desk Award.) Dana most recently appeared in the NY Fringe Festival production of Population: 8 in August.
Spring 2009 - Berger completed a 22-performance run of the one-woman show Washing Machine at the Sanford Meisner Theater in Chelsea and was nominated for a NY Innovative Theater Award for her performance. The show will be coming to Manbites Dog Theater in Durham in June 2009! She also played Sophie Scholl in Stars in a Dark Sky in the 2008 NY Fringe Festival, directed by Duke Alum Melanie Moyer Williams (T’00). Dana will be working with Syracuse Stage during March and April of 2009.