2021 marks the 40th anniversary of my debut with the American Premiere of Edward Bond’s play STONE in Soho (1981). This
was followed by Sophocles’ rarely seen THE WOMEN OF TRACHIS (1982–84) and a year later by the World Premiere of Daniel Gabriel’s SACCO & VANZETTI (1983–1995).
While working at Cultural Council Foundation (1983–86) we were invited on the roster of Soho Booking to promote our work. Soho Booking requested we film scenes from SACCO and the Sophocles.
We did so in a studio at St. Peters University. Both shows were reconfigured for that space and filmed in one long day.
In 2020, a donor for ArtsPR made a donation to help us transfer our archival VHS tapes to a DVD format.
While coping with in-house quarantine we submitted both to film Festival’s here and abroad. We were selected and won a Finalist award from Beyond The Curve International Film festival in Paris, France last month.
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We performed a staged reading of American Phantasmagoria (Lulu Books 2020) and
did ZOOM w/William Carlos Williams Center (2020/21). The New York Times published over 200 of my Blogs during COVID-19. Also wrote articles: Word Press and Medium (20/21).
RECENTLY: Chinese New Year Celebration/NJPAC; Frank Lloyd Wright House/Glen Ridge; PATERSON/ Oradell Library; Lincoln/Tryp Newark (lobby above left), Fattals Syrian Bakery, (2/20) in Paterson; Watchung Books (1/20) in Montclair.
danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 12/18/20
What about “the greater good’ as a haven and open to immigrants and a fair count of all as the Constitution requires ? Justice for all, and not the few in Century 21.
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