Syndrome, written by Kirk Wood Bromley, is a play about a man who is "perfectly normal" - except for his
Tourette Syndrome, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive behavior, and Bipolar personality traits. Through the course of an evening at home, we are given a glimpse into his cognition, emotions,
fascinations, memories, tics, and obsessions, all brought to the surface by a simple expectation - meeting his parents for dinner. Adding to the drama of the piece is the fact that the star of this play, Joshua Lewis Berg, has
Tourette himself - as he portrays a character with a multitude of individual tics, his own personal tics may come to the surface.