In January, the William Carlos Williams Center featured a staged reading of my plays: The Rise & Fall of G. Vanderbilt starring Ellen Lanese, Anthony Spaldo, Eric Hafen and Don Zirilli under my direction.

Their performances echoed our work on SACCO & VANZETTI, THE WOMEN OF TRACHIS, and FRANKINCENSE.

They honored the plays written by Williams for The Living Theatre and were quite moving. Sanjay Agnihotri who published GLORIA V in Local Knowledge (2016) was a member of the appreciative audience, as was our donor and colleague Anthony Verdoni who traveled from Neptune to Rutherford. Other new donors travelled from Rahway to Rutherford as well. We thank them all. 

You too can join them as a Patron from $25- $2,500- for our
New Projects Fund. All checks must be payable to Fractured Atlas online or by check.


We have also appeared at The Plant in NYC; Fair Lawn Library, Meadowlands Museum, Italian American Museum in NYC; KILKENNY ALEHOUSE, BIRICCHINO; The Landmark Tavern; JOHN JAY COLLEGE; St Benedict's Prep, and our just completed astounding experience of the Philadelphia Orchestra in a rousing performance for our group at NJPAC.

Our Awards: The Irish Institute, Short Play Festival, OBIE Award as
co-producer, + Making History from City of Paterson, NJ.
PR in The Montclair Times, The Irish Echo, + The Record.

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Olympia Dukakis: on FANGS TO RICHES:
"FANGS TO RICHES offers "a great many indictments of American culture... If performed with gusto... it would have a strong impact....be an ideal project...for an audience.

You're a very talented man. " Olympia Dukakis.

They are available for performances individually or as a Trilogy for production in 2019-22 seasons. 
  • Daniel P Quinn's "Short Plays to Long Remember" could seduce Regional Theatre's Off-Broadway and beyond. 

"Short Plays to Long Remember" was received Honorable Mention Award as a Next Generation Finalist in the Indie Book Awards.

Malachy McCourt appeared in a reading of THE ROCKING CHAIR at Barnes & Noble at Lincoln Center.