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I completed my Trilogy AMERICAN PHANTASMAGORIA (Lulu.com ) in 2020. It ends in chaos with a cameo appearance by djt.
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January- October Broadway, Art, Economics, Hubris in The New York Times (2020/21) and blogging for The Times in COVID-19.

danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/24/20

Are you serious ? With Djt as business ringmaster, Neuman fits the commedia role as well. Making themselves rich at the expense of hundreds of their investors and forlorn former employee’s. Money attracts money. Brains don’t apply it seems in 2020. Only clothes, haircuts and chutzpah matter !!!

danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/23/20

An apt comparison is The Great Depression, not Viet Nam. THAT is where we are heading in 2020/21.

The New York Times community on 2/26/20.

Broadway in repeat mode: danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ

Brain dead and money out of control. Box office grosses with inflated egregious prices. TDF discounts (beyond my budget). As a Award winning director, Broadway was once my goal. Now it seems like a gang of producers at every awards show… Hype and gripe sway… Eons ago Liza Minelli inflated $100- tickets for The Act (and The Times published my letter) in 1977 Pocket change now for some. Way too much for me.

On Jerry Herman’s DEAR WORLD:
danielpquinn684, Newark, NJ, Feb. 22

The most poignant and powerful score was Dear World with Angela Lansbury and Milo O’Shea in 1970 on Broadway. The recording and the songs about madness and isolation from Giradoux’s play The Madwoman of Chaillot are still wounding and beautiful today. It should be seen and will be remembered.

Vooodo economic nostalgia: danielpquinn684 Newark, NJ Feb. 11

George Bush got vooodo economics right. Trickle down like a water leak will corrode our infrastructure to the sorry state of today. As an artist I have received trickled down support. More than starvation but less to live on. The economy is growing with new fast food joints or dollar stores on every vacant store space in NJ. Not much else and luxury rental signs everywhere.

The art of Banski: danielpquinn684 Newark, NJ Feb. 9

Ban ski is taking it in. Other more important artists are not. He exudes a mania of mockery and fun in our dreadfull time. Enuf..but bravo Banski as he is still alive and enjoying his show. Many other artists only earned money after they were dead.

Kobe Bryant and JFK Jr.: Daniel P Quinn Newark, NJ, Jan. 27

This tragic death echoes that of JFK junior as well. A very sad story and great loss for all of us.

Mr. Quinn’s plays were originally published by TNT Books and Local Knowledge.

How many President’s visited Newark, NJ ? Who were they ?

We will do walking tours on Presidential History in Newark as noted in Newark, Italy and me (Lulu.com) on demnad this Fall.

From Lincoln to Hoover, JFK, and a recent visit by Obama among many others. In recognition of Fall with r Presidents in conjunction with my book: Newark, Italy and me (lulu.com) on our website.

Understanding Columbus (1920–27), the Red Scare, SACCO & VANZETTI and “Columbus” removed twice from sites in Newark, NJ.

Newark, Italy and me (Lulu.com ) over a century with hind-sight and foresight from 1920–2021. The Dawn of Nevarca (Newark’s Little Italy) from 1885 when they fled economic hardship and poverty of the impoverished Mezzogiorno region. Southern Italy (Il Sud) was the raison d’etre for Newark’s Little Italy.

Phonetically, Nevarca, was a Southern Italian contraction for their New Ark in America. Antonio Caruso (my great-Grandfather) arrived in the 1880’s and became a grocer in the 1st Ward on 8th Ave (now Central Ward). His wife’s maiden name was Tuosto. They all attended St Lucy’s Church and their 9 children worked in the grocery store to help the family earn a living.
In 1925–27, the Giuseppe Verdi Society of Newark commissioned a Columbus statue for Washington Park on Broad St.

Those statues demonstrated their commitment to Newark and America. Americans also embraced Tenor Enrico Caruso (1873–1921) who bridged opera nd popular music to become one of the best selling recording artists of all time. Italians repressed their language in America. My Mother was scolded by her Grandfather to never speak Italian outside their house. They all struggled to learn English.

It was considered anathema to speak Italian in public. They also also saluted Columbus at that time based in part to the popular Columbus World’s Fair exhibitions
The Italian immigrant Italians suffered deportations and discrimination. In part this came out of the 1912, 1913 and 1919 labor strikes in Paterson, and Lowell Massachusetts. Deportations began the FBI career of 24 year old J Edgar Hoover.

The Red Scare was begun after the Russian Revolution in 1917–20. Labor activists like the Irish native Elizabeth Gurley Flynn spoke at the American Labor Museum Botto House during the 1913 Paterson strike. Russian émigré Emma Goldman was also active in the pursuit of workers rights and a living wage. She was later deported back to Russia.

A Shoe Factory Payroll robbery in 1920 in South Braintree Massachusetts for which Nicola Sacco & Bartolomeo Vanzetti (Sacco & Vanzetti) were arrested. Terrified, they spoke little English.
They became a media sensation of the radical left and the hard rock conservatives in Boston. They endured 2 infamous trials. They were convicted of “consciousness of guilt” and executed by electric chair in 1927. While in Italy, the other elephant was Mussolini (1883–1945) who rose to power in 1922 .

COLUMBUS was a manifestation of anti-fascism in Newark in that period. 11 immigrants were lynched in New Orleans. Yet, the Italians remained here as Italy devolved into Fascism.

They also also saluted Columbus at that time based in part to the popular Columbus World’s Fair exhibitions which marked their identity as Americans in a foreign land. The Statue of Liberty greeted these refugees in New York Harbor and at Ellis Island from their impoverished life in Southern Italy. Caruso and Verdi’s music still shine as legends in Italian culture and every opera house in the world.
The Newark Sunday Call published a striking photo of my Caruso Family in 1925. The Irish journalist referred to them as a “clan” which is an endearing Irish expression foreign to gli Italiani (the Italians). As an Irish-Italian and now a bridge between both cultures. When asked if I was“Irish” at LaScala, and later when directing Tom Murphy’s Irish play The Gigli Concert in Italian in Rome.
As an Irish-Italian I am a bridge between both cultures especially when asked if I was “Irish” at LaScala. Later I made my European debut when I directed Tom Murphy’s Irish play The Gigli Concert in Italian in Rome. As a child I remembered a few Italian expressions but nothing else.
Frustrated, after my Master’s Degree at The American University in Washington, DC, I started taking Italian language classes in Bloomfield and Belleville Adult Schools before my season at LaScala and began the rediscovery of my complicated Irish-Italian roots here and in Italy ever since. Join us on our walking tour for small groups at Danielpquinn684@gmail.com.

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Newark, Italy + Me. (Paperback)Exits and Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway, Opera and Beyond: 1981–2006 Cover Image
$19.95 (LULU.com)

Exits and Entrances: Producing Off-Broadway, Opera and Beyond: 1981–2006 (Paperback) By Daniel P. Quinn
$19.99 (Author House)

organized labor: collected poems Cover Image (Paperback)
By Daniel P. Quinn )Author House) $13.95

American Phantasmagoria Cover Image
American Phantasmagoria (Paperback)
By Daniel P. Quinn (LULU.com)
$45.00

January- October Broadway, Art, Economics, Hubris in The New York Times (2020/21) and blogging for The Times in COVID-19.

danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/24/20

Are you serious ? With Djt as business ringmaster, Neuman fits the commedia role as well. Making themselves rich at the expense of hundreds of their investors and forlorn former employee’s. Money attracts money. Brains don’t apply it seems in 2020. Only clothes, haircuts and chutzpah matter !!!

danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 10/23/20

An apt comparison is The Great Depression, not Viet Nam. THAT is where we are heading in 2020/21.

The New York Times community on 2/26/20.

Broadway in repeat mode: danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ

Brain dead and money out of control. Box office grosses with inflated egregious prices. TDF discounts (beyond my budget). As a Award winning director, Broadway was once my goal. Now it seems like a gang of producers at every awards show… Hype and gripe sway… Eons ago Liza Minelli inflated $100- tickets for The Act (and The Times published my letter) in 1977 Pocket change now for some. Way too much for me.

On Jerry Herman’s DEAR WORLD:
danielpquinn684, Newark, NJ, Feb. 22

The most poignant and powerful score was Dear World with Angela Lansbury and Milo O’Shea in 1970 on Broadway. The recording and the songs about madness and isolation from Giradoux’s play The Madwoman of Chaillot are still wounding and beautiful today. It should be seen and will be remembered.

Vooodo economic nostalgia:

danielpquinn684 Newark, NJ Feb. 11

George Bush got vooodo economics right. Trickle down like a water leak will corrode our infrastructure to the sorry state of today. As an artist I have received trickled down support. More than starvation but less to live on. The economy is growing with new fast food joints or dollar stores on every vacant store space in NJ. Not much else and luxury rental signs everywhere.

The art of Banski: danielpquinn684 Newark, NJ Feb. 9

Ban ski is taking it in. Other more important artists are not. He exudes a mania of mockery and fun in our dreadfull time. Enuf..but bravo Banski as he is still alive and enjoying his show. Many other artists only earned money after they were dead.

Kobe Bryant and JFK Jr.: Daniel P Quinn Newark, NJ, Jan. 27

This tragic death echoes that of JFK junior as well. A very sad story and great loss for all of us.

Mr. Quinn’s plays were originally published by TNT Books and Local Knowledge.daniel p quinn

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A Quartet of books: “Exits +Entrances, 25 years Off-Broadway, Opera and beyond”; “organized labor” (Author House). “Newark, Italy and me” and “American Phantasmagoria” (Lulu.com) on sale in 2021.

Daniel P Quinn is available for talks and books signings in 2019-20.Daniel P Quinn Author and Producer, received The Irish Institute+Short Play Awards He was also a guest of Claudio Abbado at LaScala and alumnus of , Ramapo College, NJ; and The American University, in Washington, DC
His new book Newark, Italy and me (Lulu) is a reclamation of Family and heritage from Italy to Newark, and artists from Armenia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, France and beyond. Immigration is a ongoing event. The past is indeed prologue to our present and future. 
Welcome to my Newark, Nevarca and the new old sod in New Jersey. Daniel P Quinn also wrote:”Exits + Entrances, 25 years off-Broadway, Opera and Beyond”; Short Plays to Long Remember (TNT) and “organized labor”: Organized Labor, Poems with Grit and Passion, (Author House)
“As a member of three labor unions, and I really enjoyed Daniel P Quinn’s collection of poems, Organized Labor. Mr. Quinn’s use of language and imagery paints a picture of an era that hardly exists anymore. His poems also touch on topics that we all face today in an ever-changing global society. If you like poems that are alive with truth and deep emotional observation, you will enjoy the poems of this man who sees the world in a highly unique fashion”. Davidson Garrett on the web.
His 4 books are for sale at Lulu.com; B+N.org; Amazon Books; or independent book store.FacebookTwitterDiggRedditStumbleUpondel.icio.us

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Founder of ArtsPRunlimited, Inc., Daniel P 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 an OBIE. Featured in The Irish Post, Madison, Wisconsin, The Irish Voice, while his “organized labor” was featured on National Public Radio. The Coast Star, Bergen Record, and The Italian Voice said “organized labor” was “poignant and alive,” “wonderful,” and “refreshing.” His work was also featured in The Herald-News, National Public Radio with new work being published in Red Wheelbarrow Press (2015-2020) this Fall. Quinn has also been published by The NYTimes with Letters to the editor (1975-2020) and 85 blogs in 2020. His recent book: Newark, Italy and me (Lulu.com) 2019 covers the immigrant story from Italy to Newark, NJ. ‌ His plays now comprise AMERICAN PHANTASMAGORIA with THE ROCKING CHAIR and FANGS TO RICHES and GLORIA V. (The Rise and fall of Gloria Vanderbilt) which was also published by Local Knowledge Press. Olympia Dukakis said your play(s) offers “a great many indictments of American culture. It would have a strong impact….be an ideal project…for an audience”. “You’re a very talented man. ” Theatre for the New City (TNC) with Mary Tierney read these plays as well in 2018. they also appeared in “Short Plays to Long Remember” which received Honorable Mention Award as a Next Generation Finalist in the Indie Book Awards. Malachy McCourt also appeared in a reading of THE ROCKING CHAIR at Barnes & Noble at Lincoln Center.

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