New York (PRWEB) January 5, 2008
ArtsPRunlimited announces Daniel P. Quinn availablke for Book Signing Appearances for "Exits & Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway and Beyond, 1981-2006" at Colleges, Universities or Book stores through 2009.
Exits & Entrances was a selection of the week in NJ Ink by The Star Ledger (2008), received a front page article in The Italian Voice (2008), and a rave review from the current issue of The Montclair Times (April 3, 2008).
In addition, "organized lalbor" was a feature on National Public Radio's Early Morning program with Bonnie Grice in Southhampton, NY. It also received reviews from Sensations magazine, and Davidson Garrett which are on the web. The Lincoln Center Library, and the Drama Book Store have also featured my work. The Village Voice named it Best Book of the Week when my work was presented at the Bowery Poets Cafe in NYC. The Morris Museum, the Belleville and Rutherford Libraries have received noted support in The Belleville Times, The Coast Star, and listings in the NY Times as well.
Mr. Quinn was formerly affiliated with the Irish Arts Center, where he served as Associate Producer, Producer and Guest Director. His notable works included Janet Noble's Away Alone; Graham Reid's Remembrance, Tom Murphy's The Gigli Concert with Kate Burton, the Obie Award winning Tim McDonnell as Best Actor in Diary of a Madman, revivals of Sean O'Casey's Bedtime Story, and Frank and Malachy McCourt's A Couple of Blaguards. He was also a guest of Aer Lingus at the Dublin Theatre Festival in Ireland.
Since then, he has also co-directed the controversial Black Jesus Passion Play at the Park Theatre in l997 and 1998. Most recently, he has been affiliated with the Bickford Theatre in Morristown as a Guest Producer with John Trause's epic Latter Day Litany, Opera Bis!, Yeats' PURGATORY with Mickey Kelly, and After The Ball in 2007.
Both books are also for sale on the web at http://www.authorhouse.com, Montclair Book Center,. Watchung Book Store/Montclair, Botto House, Haledon, NJ, and the Paterson Museum in NJ. They are also for sale at the Landmark Tavern, and Drama Book Shop in Manhattan or on the web at Barnes & Noble.com, Amazon, Borders, Target etc..