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Jeremy Quinn



Jeremy is a native Floridian who recently came home to South Florida after living and working in and around NYC for 22 years. Before leaving New York, he was the Producing Artistic Director of White Plains Performing Arts Center (2011-2016), a 410-seat Equity regional theatre just 40 minutes north of NYC. During his tenure at WPPAC, notable directing credits included: Les Miserables (NY Regional Premiere), The Color Purple (NY Regional Premiere), August: Osage County (NY Regional Premiere), Heathers (NY Regional Premiere), Spring Awakening (NY Regional Premiere), Disney’s The Little Mermaid (NY Regional Premiere), Rent, Legally Blonde, Sweeney Todd, The Rocky Horror Show, Cats, Lend Me a TenorandTarzan.

He has acted in or directed over 300 theatrical productions including Off & Off-Off Broadway, three National Tours and numerous regional productions. In June of 2017, Jeremy had the significant honor of directing the 73rd Annual Theatre World Awards at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway. He had been the Associate Director of the TWA’s since 2007. Mr. Quinn recently directed the National Touring production of Old Jews Telling Jokes and Emergency: The Musical (winner of the Ken Davenport Inner Circle Grant) for the NY Theatre Festival.

Jeremy is a member of the prestigious Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab (2008), was an Associate Producer for Broadway for a New America, Founder and Producing Artistic Director of the Island City Theatre Project, Founder and President of The NY Actors’ Alliance and a member of the Board of Directors for the New York Youth Theatre. He has a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Miami and is a Professional Program graduate of the NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.