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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 1/21/21
My ideals were evident in more than 200 blogs The New York Times published under the burden of djt. My eyes were open during his mendatious term. We do not begin at the beginning.
HOPEFULLY we will take stock and move ON !!!
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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 1/21/21
Social Security is equally out of date and needs an UPGRADE in the same manner ASAP. It does not know how to take into consideration all my 990 contracts in the Arts at all. Mr. Biden could help us all with that too.
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1981-2021 Career Highlights for 2021
Daniel P Quinn wrote “Exits & Entrances: Off-Broadway, Opera, ” (2008) AuthorHouse, “organized labor” (2004)
Adjudicator/Lecturer: SUNY/Brockport, Brooklyn College, Rutgers University, Morris Museum, Kearny, Belleville, Nutley Libraries, Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, Snug Harbor, Irish Arts Center, Lincoln Center, Caldwell College, NJPAC, Bridgeton Poetry Center, Italian-American Museum, NYC; Paterson Museum, American Labor Museum, Passaic County College, Pointers Society, Elmwood Pk, NJ, Passaic County Historical Society; Lambert Castle, Caldwell College, Grover Cleveland Birthplace, Caldwell, NJ, Center for Italian and Italian-American Culture.
Mitzi Newhouse Theatre, Lincoln Center. Irish Institute Award for John Maguire’s 1877 melodrama HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY; Lincoln Center Library has a copy in their Theatre Collection. Short Play Festival Award Samuel French; OBIE Award as co/producer for DIARY OF A MADMAN w/Tim McDonnell: Irish Arts Center all in NYC. Proclamation from City of NY for The New Stagecraft Company’s work Off-Broadway. At Essex County College Quinn was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation, Newark, NJ. Catholic Charities Award for “We Care” services for AIDS, Montclair, NJ.

Bridgeton Poetry Center, Italian-American Museum, NYC; Paterson Museum, American Labor Museum, Passaic County College, Pointers Society, Elmwood Pk, NJ, Passaic County Historical Society; Lambert Castle, Caldwell College, Grover Cleveland Birthplace, Caldwell, NJ,
Proclamation from City of NY for The New Stagecraft Company’s work Off-Broadway. At Essex County College Quinn was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation, Newark, NJ. Catholic Charities Award for “We Care” services for AIDS, Montclair, NJ.
On modern art not so ugly?Superficially, it needs to be understood as a profound example of the humanity, here a female, in our modern world, which is a leap like Stravinsky, Bartok, or Edward Bond of “our” imaginations as well.

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Arts, Ireland, Politics and History (2021) by Daniel P Quinn.

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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/24/20
Brilliant and breathtaking…. But we still have 4 months or years to go. I am exhausted and afraid in the “mean” time for all of the us(a) that still lays before us.
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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/23/20

Djt radiates inadvertent psychological projection onto other people. He discloses his own inadequicies again and again. Shockingly they expose the real djt as a reflection of himself and not those whom he is attacking. His inner truth does come out in his harrangues.
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My Irish cousins may (be) in The New York Times or Trifecta via Ireland and Staten Island.

danielpquinn, Newark, NJ

Nice article on Mr. Quinn. Wonder if we’re related but my Grandfather died when my Father was 10 about 1928, so I’ll never know. My went back to work at AT&T earn extra money working nights on roller skates. I met a man at her wake in 1980, who knew my Grandfather. Nothing more than that. Reply 4 Recommend Share

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You have got to explain working nights at AT&T on roller skates. That sounds too good to not hear more. Reply 3 Recommended Share

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Much of this history appears in my books “organized labor” (Author House 2007)and a long Irish poem in Newark, Italy and me (2019 Lulu). Thanks for your interest and writing to me.

Declan Costello, Balbriggan Co Dublin Ireland
Ken you and me both, I’m imagining it though.

danielpquinn, Newark, NJ @Declan Costello

If you both buy a book I will supply more details.
After my Grandmother retired she also got free phone service in NYC from Ma Bell too.
BTW, I have Italian cousins named Costello too.

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Great article. There may be ecological hope for us yet. New York always leads the way. NJ just paved over most of the Meadowlands unfortunately.

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Biden is a relief in 2021.

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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 1/15/21
Signs of sanity and decency would be welcome by all Americans. The Business community is starting to do the right thing.

Working with Joe Biden would be a welcome step forward out of the abyss we are now in. Thank you for letting reason and integrity being heard.
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A salute to Leo Buscaglia and “Love.”
Last week I received an update from Leo Buscaglia’s aptly named Felice Foundation. Leo turned down my initial request for support for SACCO&VANZETTI. Disheartened but nor defeated, I wrote back. In a few weeks his donation arrived in the mail.
Stephen Sondheim also turned me down and I asked him a second time after I received his letter. He also sent a check and over time donated signed copies of his CD’s which became raffle gifts. We began a multi-year correspondence. Thus began years of support.
“Begging for Bucks” was a memorable Arts Journal headline that I never forgot. Many times there is no response. Others give once, many have all made a difference in my life large or small.Especially these days during COVID 19.
Love always makes a difference.
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danielpquinn684, Newark, NJ May 30
Emma Goldman said it best: It’s the organized violence at the top that creates the disorganized violence at the bottom.” about 1920.
Things have only gotten worse with the economic assault on the middle class since the 1970’s and the rise of oligarchs who control half the worlds money. A flame thrower like djt doesn’t help most of us in the middle or the bottom. 13 Recommended ShareDONATE TODAY VIA THIS LINK TO BRIGHTEN OUR FORECAST TOO:
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Arts, History and Life in 2021.

Daniel P Quinn worked at LaScala in Milan, Italy. He loves doing programs on Broadway, Opera history from Maria Jeritza, to Beverly Sills in NORMA, Magda Olivero in TOSCA, and farewell recital’s by Roberta Peters, Franco Corelli, and Sills.

When Marilyn Horne lived in Orange she sang a concert performance with Henry Lewis of PRINCE IGOR. The Times could have lobbied for an Historic Site of Jeritza’s still standing estate as she frequented he Opera a Symphony Hall in Newark, as did Giovanni Martinelli, and even Imelda Marcos. Alfredo Silipigni devoted most of his career to the Opera in Newark, and made notable recordings of rarely heard opera’s by Mascagni and Leoncavallo as well.

Exits and Entrances includes chapters on history of Lyons, France and sister silk City Paterson, NJ. New Book Provides Behind-the-Scenes Look at 25 years Off-Broadway, Opera at LaScala, and Lyons including the Kennedy and Lincoln Centers as well as International Productions. Mr.Quinn has worked with first class writers and opera conductors including luminous names such as Frank McCourt and Claudio Abbado. Olympia Dukakis: on FANGS TO RICHES: “As a great many indictments of American culture…if performed w/gusto… it would have a strong impact….be an ideal project…for an audience. You’re a very talented man. “ Olympia. 2010 Next Generaton INDIE finalist award winner SHORT PLAYS TO LONG REMEMBER ISBN 978–1–886586–14–7

Finalist in Performing Arts category — 2012 USA Best Book AWARDS from BOOK NEWS! 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Finalist Award winner compiled and edited by Francine L. Trevens — an eclectic collection of 27 plays by 14 American authors including: Perry Brass, Daniel P. Quinn

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Tunisia program in 2021.

ArtsPRunlimited and Daniel P Quinn have developed thisF cultural exchange proposal via Tunis and the Pax Hannibal Alliance. We are very excited and committed to in spite of all the violence in the Arab world to show this award winning Tunisian Film in NJ.

Daniel P Quinn is an Award winning member of the Society of Stage Directors in Manhattan. His work has also been shown regionally at Burlington County College’s Foundation Theatre, Greene County Art Awarness Festival, Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, Snug Harbor, Rutgers University, William Carlos Williams Center, and Grover Cleveland National Landmark and Mitzi Newhouse Theatre at Lincoln Center. He has premiered plays by Edward Bond in NYC, and Tom Murphy in Rome, Italy. He was also a guest of the French government for a Lyons, France exchange with his Arts Festival in Paterson, NJ, and a guest of Aer Lingus at the Dublin Theatre Festival. He has also appeared on the Today show, NPR radio for his book “organized labor”, and else where on the web and Amazon.com …Read more · 3 min read


Nov 29, 2017

Trump Days of reckoning and recklessness.

As we begin to clearly see Trumps mind bending comments, fake facts, and disregard for decency, we must respond in kind. We too must expand on the 21st century and our malaise. When the TV media began Hollywood Mania programs (including Trump)in lieu of the evening news at 7pm, they were at fault.

The stock market rises to new heights of madness, but it must correct itself from this rampant speculation.

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ArtsPRunlimited announces Daniel P. Quinn is available for book signing or media appearances for “Exits & Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway and Beyond,” at colleges, universities or book stores through 2017–18.. From Lyons, France to Paterson, NJ, from New York to Rome, Italy, Newark to outside Philadelphia.

He was also affiliated with the Bickford Theatre in Morristown as a Guest Producer with BEFORE THE CRASH ! ; John Trause’s epic Latter-Day Litany, Opera Bis !; Yeats’ PURGATORY with Mickey Kelly, and After The Ball in recent seasons, and BEFORE THE CRASH ! in 2011.

Goodbye Promises promises on 1/20/21.

@dpbquinnAward winning Off-Broadway director. Plays: American Phantasmagoria (2020) “organized labor’; “Exits+ Entrances” and Newark, Italy & me (2019) Lulu Books

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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ Promises, Promises was a great musical om Broadway. Promises, promises… A few for some, many for naught. How many are kept ?

Hundreds more forgotten. Hyperbole donald promises the world, metaphorically, insults almost everyone who didn’t vote for him or had any competence at all. “you’re fired” was just transposed from la la TV land.

America was full of promise, until djt won the electoral College… Promises, promises for 188,000 thousand dead. Kids in detention centers. Violence on the streets. When you lose, promise us you’ll leave the White House in January.

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Explore and learn about the secrets of the Newark Museum and their newly renovated and expanded Bamberger entrance on Washington St. A few blocks away is Prudential and their sparkling new Headquarters building. The Hahne’s renovation is world class. Sure there are problems but Rutgers is also buying buildings and restoring them for the 21st century.

Requested donation is $75- per person that will include a choice of one of my e books inscribed for you and Museum admission ($15.00)with our group. We will explore the work of Arshille Gorky, the Beer business in Newark including Pabst and the Ballentine House, a visit to the Fire Museum, and a talk on the Columbus monument by the Giuseppe Verdi Society of Newark from 1925 till today.

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“As a member of three labor unions, and I really enjoyed Daniel P Quinn’s “organized labor (Author House).”

ArtsPRunlimited announces Daniel P. Quinn will be appearing on UntappedNY on February25, 2021. His books include “Exits & Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway and Beyond,” and he has also worked from Lyons, France to Paterson, NJ, from New York to Rome, Italy, Newark to outside Philadelphia.

He was also affilaited with the Morris Muesum Bickford Theatre in Morristown as a Guest Producer with BEFORE THE CRASH ! ; John Trause’s epic Latter-Day Litany, Opera Bis !; Yeats’ PURGATORY with Mickey Kelly, and After The Ball, and BEFORE THE CRASH in 2011.

Mr. Quinn has directed and produced the US Premiere of plays by British playwright Edward Bond, Irish writer Tom Murphy, American’s Paul Parente, Daniel Gabriel, Janet Noble, and John Maguire., to Arts Festivals on Snug Harbor, Paterson, and special events in NYC. Recipient of the Short Play Festival Award, The Irish Institute Award, and co-producer of the OBIE award winning Tim McDonell, in Diary of a Madman, his premiere of Noble’s AWAY ALONE was subsequently produced in Dublin, Chicago, and throughout the USA.

Award winning Director Daniel P Quinn earns kudos in The Irish Post, Wisconsin, Montclair Times, The Star Ledger, Bergen Record, Amazon.com and Italian Voice.

Daniel P Quinn, author, available for book signings of ‘Exits & Entrances: and a talk on Opera’ at LaScala and his career Off-Broadway. Program to include his interview on National Public Radio for his first book “organized labor” (2004). Contact Author House at 888–280–7715 or http://www.authorhouse.com.

Exits & Entrances was a selection of the week in NJ Ink by The Star Ledger, received a front page article in The Italian Voice, and a rave review from The Irish Post (Spring, 2009) and The Montclair Times (April 3, 2008).

Daniel P Quin has also produced Arts Festivals on Snug Harbor, a 5 Year Lyons, France, Paterson Festival, and special events in NYC. Quinn was also the recipient of the Short Play Festival Award, The Irish Institute Award, and co-producer of the OBIE award winning Tim McDonell, in Diary of a Madman.

Mr. Quinn was formerly affiliated with the Bickford Theatre, Park Theatre, Foundation Theatre, Lincoln Center and 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. His musical productions have included Berlioz’ The Childhood of Christ (L’Enfance du Christ), the Brecht/Weill musical HAPPY END, the 1890’s musical collage AFTER THE BALL, and The Olde American Way including music by Foster, Gottschalk, and Eisler. His work has also included the controversial Black Jesus Passion Play at the Park Theatre.

ArtsPR also curated art shows at Trapezio, Nutley, NJ, the Vice-Counsel of Italy, Newark, NJ, and Morris Museum with works by Antonio Masini.

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Chilling, horrible, ruthless and now terrifying for world piece and justice. Hour by hour, if he BREAKSDOWN what happens then ?


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