Full Bio

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, 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.​

NYC directing credits include: The Duplex, ​the Michael Chekhov Theatre Company and most recently, ​the Off Broadway production of Lights & Music​ which played an extended run at the 45th Street Theatre; as well as several industrial films and music videos.

In the Spring of 2008, Mr. Quinn was selected as 1 of 60 directors from around the world for the prestigious Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab where he participated in workshops with such theatrical luminaries as: Bernard Gersten, Andre Bishop, George C. Wolfe, Jack O’Brien, Bartlett Sher, Anna D. Shapiro, Ming Cho Lee, Natasha Katz, Brian MacDevitt, Ken Posner and many others.

Jeremy was the Associate Director for Broadway and Off-Broadway’s annual Theatre World Awards (2007-2016) and Assistant Director (2013); where he had the pleasure of working with such Broadway veterans as Len Cariou, John Tartaglia, Alec Baldwin, Andrea Martin, Laura Linney, Rosie Perez, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Michael Cerveris, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Stephanie Umoh, Howard McGillin, Sharon McNight, Jonathan Groff and West Side Story’s original “Maria”, Carol Lawrence. On his 10th anniversary with the organization, he was  honored in 2017 to take the helm as Director.

He was the co-founder and Executive Director of the Island City Theatre Project, co-founder and past President of The Actors Alliance, and a former member of the Board of Directors at the New York Youth Theatre.

Jeremy has been the Producing Artistic Director of White Plains Performing Arts Center since 2011. Previously, he served for three years as WPPAC’s Director of Education and Artistic Director of the Conservatory Theatre which he started in 2008.