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Stage electrician and engineer Sean Quinn has worked behind the scenes for 16 years to make shows go on. But he'll be front and center on Thursday, when his play, "Money Grubbin' Whores," marks his Off-Broadway writing debut. A dark comedy about divorce set in a northern New Jersey pizza joint, the play's main character is a working stiff — a union guy from New York. Just like the Bronx-born Quinn, who's in his 40s and tried acting before joining the stageworkers union.
He keeps a low-profile about his ambitions as a writer. Quinn counts himself part of that wide middle ground. He's the son of first-generation immigrants and lives in Nyack with his wife and three kids. The same goes for the play's director Brian Cichocki, 40, who lives in Hell's Kitchen but has vivid memories of growing up in Trenton.
What many people had in common was that they didn't dream beyond their neighborhood. Quinn and Cichocki met several years ago through mutual friends. They discovered that they share a similar background and desire when it comes to theater. Two years ago they formed Hard Four Productions, a named inspired by a craps term when each rolled dice comes up with a two.
The company's mission is to tell original stories that focus on the ever-changing blue-collar journey in America. But you know them. Quinn echoes that idea, adding he's interested in narratives that follow "family guys who do their jobs and raise their families and live their lives.
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