(PRWEB) September 23, 2012
Newark, NJ (PRWEB) January 9, 2011 -- "For anyone who has ever dreamed of directing plays or staging operas, Exits & Entrances is a must-read. Mr.Quinn has worked with... Frank McCourt, Jim Sheridan, and Claudio Abbado. Daniel P. Quinn has documented his agonies and ecstasies in the world of the arts while making his dreams a reality". -- Davidson Garrett, author of King Lear of the Taxi
Daniel P Quinn's THE ROCKING CHAIR and FANGS TO RICHES are published in "Short Plays to Long Remember" (TNT Books) 2010, edited by Francine Trevens, NYC. Malachy McCourt appeared in a reading of THE ROCKING CHAIR at Barnes & Noble, Lincoln Center, for Mr. Quinn.
Contact ArtsPRunlimited. Inc., @ 862-208-0151 He is available for guest lectures, presentations, book signings, and adjudication panels.
Daniel P Quinn's career has included producing and directing the U.S. premieres of Stone, Derek and other works by British playwright Edward Bond, the world premiere of Sacco & Vanzetti by Daniel Gabriel, Away Alone by Janet Noble, award winning Two and Twenty by Paul Parente, and revivals of The Women of Trachis by Sophocles, and works by Seneca, John Maguire (1877), the controversial Black Jesus Passion Play, works by Stephen Foster, Hanns Eisler, Louis Morreau Gottschalk, Kurt Weill and Hector Berlioz.
Quinn received The Short Play Festival Award for Two and Twenty, The Irish Institute Award for Honesty Is the Best Policy, and his co-production of Diary of a Madman received a Best Actor OBIE as well. He was featured in The Irish Post, Madison, Wisconsin, and The Irish Voice, NYC.
In his second book, Exits and Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway, Opera & Beyond: 1981-2006 (AuthorHouse) 2007, Daniel P. Quinn took readers on a guided tour of his prolific career as an actor, director and producer through "a series of journalistic snapshots in a scrapbook of theatrical adventures." -- Montclair Times.
Quinn's "organized labor" (AuthorHouse 2004), was featured on National Public Radio, Village Voice, Coast Star, Bergen Record, and The Italian Voice. "organized labor" was "poignant and alive," "wonderful," and "refreshing." Quinn also appeared on The Today Show, ABC News, NBC News, Torriano Café, London, White House Bar, Limerick, Ireland, & Grover Cleveland's birthplace in NJ. His writing and essay's have appeared in West Virginia, The Herald-News, National Public Radio in Southampton, NY and The Rift Anthology (2010) RI.