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June 5, 2017: After 9 years as Associate and Assistant Director, Jeremy was honored this year to take the helm as Director of the 73rd Annual THEATRE WORLD AWARDS at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway. Working with the amazing house crew of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 as well as TWA’s own production team, it was an event to remember.

Originally from South Florida…

Mr. Quinn received a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Miami, graduated from the professional program at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and has acted in or directed ​well over 200 theatrical productions ​including Off Broadway (Lights & Music), two National Tours (The Color of Justice and Moliere’s The Would-Be Gentleman) and several regional theatres including: The Kennedy Center in D.C., The Jupiter Center for the Performing Arts, The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre, Actors’ Playhouse and The Kravis Center in Florida, the Helen Hayes Theatre (Riverspace), White Plains Performing Arts Center, Westchester Sandbox Theatre and Westchester Broadway Theatre in NY, the Stockbridge Dinner Theatre in Massachusetts, as well as The Ridgefield Theatre Barn and Troupers Light Opera in Connecticut.

Film and television appearances include principal, supporting and featured roles in: River of Stone, Highs and Lows, Delivering Milo, La Florida, Celebrity, Cradle Will Rock, Pollock and Shaft; as well as an episode each of Dellaventura, Falcone, The Sopranos, Now and Again and a recurring role on ABC’s B.L. Stryker. He can also be heard as the voice of “Phink” in the Sci-Fi Network’s animated series, Mean Planet as well as several industrial voice-overs and radio commercials.​


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TARZAN is WPPAC’s Holiday SAFARI for Kids Of All Ages

WPPAC Producing Artistic Director Jeremy Quinn has created the Congo of 1912 though the theatrical alchemy of  lighting master Jamie Roderick and jungle designer Gabriel Firestone. TARZANs staging is as in-your-face technologically, up-to-date and inventive and sets the setting as strong as the reach-out-and-touch-your heart performances.

WPPAC has never before created the effects like these: the scenery, the real jungle treetops with creeping leopards,  tree houses and spectacular costumes where TARZANs apes actually look like apes. Quinn puts WPPAC in the big time with this production. TARZAN is Broadway quality.

John F. BaileyWPCNR Stage Door

Once again, White Plains Performing Arts Center has staged an inspired production.

Fresh off their reimagined “Sweeney Todd”, this production of Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID proves good theatre is happening in White Plains. The staging and costumes are larger than life. The whole experience makes for a magical feeling of being immersed in a sea adventure. Children of all ages will marvel at the singing, the staging, the cast presence, and the costumes in this shimmering jewel of a show. READ MORE



Last month, White Plains Performing Arts Center Artistic Director, Jeremy Quinn, promised that his reimagining of Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, would be “new and exciting”. What Mr. Quinn didn’t tell us, was that it’s also bloody brilliant. With this cast and Mr. Quinn’s creative staging, this production reveals complexities in the text that I doubt have been explored before. Through the way Mr. Quinn weaves the story, we see the piece in new perspectives, allowing the cast to explore these characters beyond the page. READ MORE

Kathleen MoselOnStage New York

WPPAC’s production of SWEENEY TODD is a bold interpretation…

The word ‘extraordinary’ can honestly be used to describe each and every cast member.  Each actor showed us many facets of their talents, from their acting to their strong singing voices.  Special praise goes to Director Jeremy Quinn who brought this brilliant concept to life.  From beginning to end, Mr. Quinn’s vision added depth and originality to the show.  He took a chance which worked very well. WPPAC’s production of Sweeney Todd is unlike any you’ll see anywhere, anytime.  You must see it! READ MORE

Jim PetrilloMORE SUGAR


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– Robert J. Lowery