The American Dream redux.

ArtsPR campaign has been extended until 12/31/20.

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 New York Times with Letters to the Editor (1975-2020) and 200 blogs in 2020. His recent book: Newark, Italy and me (Lulu Books) 2019 covers immigrant history from Italy to Newark, NJ. ‌
His plays now comprise AMERICAN PHANTASMAGORIA with THE ROCKING CHAIR; FANGS TO RICHES and GLORIA V. (The Rise and fall of Gloria Vanderbilt) first published by Local Knowledge Press (2016). Olympia Dukakis said your play(s) offer “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 loved my plays in 2018. They appeared in “Short Plays to Long Remember” which received Honorable Mention Award as a Next Generation Finalist (2011) in the Indie Book Awards. Malachy McCourt appeared in a reading of THE ROCKING CHAIR at Barnes & Noble/Lincoln Center directed by Francine Trevens.
Our campaign came about when 200 letters on Opera, Paul Krugman, Economics, and History were published by The New York Times. Our next step is to share your campaign with you using this link:
All donations will be earmarked for a New Projects Fund in 2021. We need new donors so we can meet our $15,220 goal by 12/31/20.
Daniel P Quinn for ArtsPRunlimited, Inc, 973-482-0747.
More From ArtsPR for 2020 during COVID-19 and us.Understanding Columbus (1920-25), the Red Scare, SACCO & VANZETTI and “Columbus” removed from his site in Newark, NJCaring about ArtsPR, The CARES Act & begging for bucks in 2020

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