"Directed with precision timing by Jeremy Quinn...
he is what you call an actor's director."
Bruce Apar - CHASE MEDIA GROUP
(Director for NY Regional Premiere)
A director, actor, educator, producer and theatrical consultant; Jeremy received a BFA in Theatre from University of Miami, graduated from The NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, is a member of the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab and has acted or directed Off Broadway, in National Tours, Regional Theatre, Film, Television, Commercials and Voice-Overs.
He is the former Producing Artistic Director of White Plains Performing Arts Center and in 2017 was honored to direct the 73rd Annual Theatre World Awards at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway.
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To the lovely people who had such nice things to say about me and my work,
~ THANK YOU!
EDITORS’ OBSESSION: We can’t shut up about…an amazing production of LES MISÉRABLES with Broadway-caliber acting and impressive sets, costumes, orchestration and staging.
KATHRYN WALSH, Managing Editor
STELLAR ACTING AND SEAMLESS DIRECTION. So captivating, entertaining and pitch-perfect throughout that AUGUST: Osage County merits “must see” status.
LAUGHTER TO THE RAFTERS! Under Jeremy Quinn’s snappy direction, LEND ME A TENOR was played at the proper breakneck tempo…The production fully deserves the tenner on which the show’s title is a pun.
IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MUSICAL THIS SEASON, LET THIS BE THE ONE. Last month, Jeremy Quinn promised that his reimagining of Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd, would be “new and exciting”. What Mr. Quinn didn’t tell us, was that it’s also bloody brilliant.
OnStage New York
I've been at this 'theatre thing' for quite a while now...42 years to be exact, and have worked in every single aspect of theatre-making possible; picking up valuable skills along the way that I either learned from respected professionals or taught myself out of necessity.
Let's face it, I wasn't going to be happy unless I was doing something creative.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”