Nutley, NJ (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
Entrepeneurs invited for ArtsPRunlimited Production of William Butler Yeats' Play 'Purgatory', or AFTER THE BALL, an 1890's Musical Soiree.
Yeats's epic Irish tale of a father and son displaced by famine, wandering homeless in the Irish countryside. Lost and alone, the relationship between the drifting duo takes on mythic proportions that ultimately lead the father to murder his child in a surreal act of atonement for the sins of Ireland's past.
The reviews are in:
"Yeats' verse was brought to life by the clear, lilting voice and skilled, accomplished fingers of harpist-singer Aideen O'Donnell -- Her abundant talent was demonstrated not only in her precise and poignant delivery, but also...transforming the printed word into a multisensory experience for both the eyes and the ears."
Director Daniel P. Quinn's production...with Mickey Kelly (The Old Man) and Julian Brightman (The Boy) played their roles brilliantly." - From The Daily Record 2/2006.
News Flash - This exciting joint exhibit focuses on a collection of lithographs, and paintings by Antonio Masini, and Egyptian born Mohamed Khalil, who now resides in Paterson. Most recently, My Khalil was a guest at the White House for his stunning work on a design for the White House Chritmas Tree Ornaments. Masini's work has been seen in Gdansk, Berlin, Bucharest, Sao Paolo, Iquique, Milan, Perugia, & Naples among other cities in Italy and Europe as well. Gaetano Federici (1880-1962) also from Basilicata, was known as Paterson's sculptor during his long career in and around Paterson. These artists have received notable press in The Bergen Record, The New York Times, Herald-News, Italian Voice, and The Star Ledger, among other regional papers as well.
In Masini's work, there is an universal love of the earth and nature, not only in a literal sense but the interplay between life and our mythology. The fruit of this dual sensibility of a love of life and nature, that reality is not only a sense of the mundane aspects of life but also its metaphorical reality. The form of his work moves between abtract and representational evoking both the ancient past and the contemporary. His format with a strong use of expressive symbols merged with a sometimes whirlwind or violent expressionism in his use of color with moving light.
Major Corporate Sponsorship is available from $500-$5,000 which would include name recognition, a press release with web outreach statistics, and a full page ad in the souvenir program. Daniel P. Quinn, Producer/Writer was the founder of The Great George Festival in Paterson for over 5 years with a concluding exhibit at the Paterson Library in 2001. More recently, he founded ArtsPRunlimited to produce cross-cultural events, Festival's and Theatre Productions in the greater New York/New Jersey area from Morristown to Nutley, Newark to Montclair, Manasquan to Paterson and NYC.
862-208-0151 or danielpquinn684(at)gmail(dot)com