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As Founder, President and CEO of SOFL THEATREMAKERS; Jeremy (he/him) is a director, actor, educator and producer who, in 2016 moved back to his native Florida after living and working in and around New York City 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.

Mr. Quinn has been very fortunate to act in, direct or produce 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 followed by directing the National Touring production of OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES and EMERGENCY: THE MUSICAL for the NY Theatre Festival. During the pandemic, Jeremy had the pleasure of starring in ART HEIST ("Myles Connor, Jr.") at both the Broward and Kravis Centers for the Performing Arts (FL).

In the Spring of 2023, he directed NOISES OFF at Delray Beach Playhouse and appeared in the critically-acclaimed CASA VALENTINA ("Bessie") by Harvey Fierstein at Empire Stage in Ft. Lauderdale. Latest projects include directing TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE at Delray Beach Playhouse and appearing as "Adolph Freitag" in the West Boca Theatre Company's production of THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO. Upcoming directing projects include: GRUMPY OLD MEN (Delray Beach Playhouse), THE MONEYLENDER OF VENICE (Shakespeare Troupe) and THE LOST VIRGINITY TOUR (Delray Beach Playhouse).

Jeremy’s on-camera work includes seven movies (Delivering Milo, Celebrity, La Florida, River of Stone, Highs & Lows, A Silent Crowd and Perchance to Dream); four TV shows (B.L. Stryker, The Sopranos, Now and Again and Dellaventura) and many commercials, industrials and voiceovers including cartoons (Mean Planet - USA/SyFy).

He is a member of the prestigious Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab (2008), Director/Associate Director for the Broadway/Off-Broadway Theatre World Awards (2007-2017), 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, a member of the Board of Directors for the New York Youth Theatre and is currently serving on the boards of Strong & Golden and the Shakespeare Troupe of South Florida as well as being a South Florida theatre Carbonell Awards Judge. He holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Miami and is a Professional Program graduate of the NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts School for Film & Television. For even more information, please visit For info about when, where and how this company came about, CLICK HERE.

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Vice-President, Board of Advisors (EDUCATION)

An actor, writer, director and educator; Tracey (she/her) received a BA in Theatre Performance from Florida State University. She has performed all over South Florida, most recently at the Arsht Center in In the Heights.


As a playwright, Tracey has had her work performed in New York and Miami. She has directed over 40 productions at Coral Gables High School where she is the Fine Arts Department Chair and the Theatre teacher as well as the Gender Sexuality Alliance sponsor.

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Secretary, Board of Advisors (FILM & TELEVISION)

Based in Los Angeles, Anna (she/her) is a seasoned comedian, actor and producer. She is the mother of three children and an advocate for the advancement in Stem Cell Research.


Anna is the owner of A Strong Production and  has developed and produced content in a wide variety of mediums: Television, Film, Live Theatre, Radio and Internet Media. Currently she is producing a documentary about her personal journey with a rare autoimmune disease.


Anna graduated from the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts and has certifications in Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistic Programming, The Science of Happiness and she is also an Ordained Minister.

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Board of Advisors, Director


For sixty years Mark has plied his craft on stage and screen beginning his theatrical career at the age of eight as an actor. A man who wears many hats; Mark added director, producer, playwright, set designer, sound designer and stage carpenter to his body of work.


Twenty years after beginning that journey he went on what he believed was a divergent path, becoming a Physical Therapist. He began focusing on pediatrics while working for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in the mid 1980’s and later became a school based therapist. In 2007 these seemingly distant paths crossed when he was given the opportunity to create the Theatre for Everyone program at the Horizon School (now Pillar Care) in Livingston, NJ.


This school which serves profoundly involved special needs children saw the possibility of making arts education to benefit this grossly underserved population. Under Dr. Liebert’s creative hand they brought this to reality partnering with the Papermill Playhouse Conservatory and creating their Lend-a-Voice Program. Mark wrote and/or adapted thirteen musicals to be performed by and for multiply handicapped children for which Mark garnered several awards including: ASAH Related Services Provider of the Year 2009; New Jersey School Boards 2011 Award for Innovations in Special Education and the NJ Theatre Alliance/NJ Council on the Arts Cultural Access Network Project Innovator Award for 2012-13.

Mark moved to south Florida in 2021 where he continues his thespian pursuits, appearing in film, television and on stage. As director and co-producer of Giblie Productions he took their production of Tom Dugan’s “Wiesenthal” to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2023. He is thrilled to be partnering with Jeremy Quinn in the creation of THE CHAMPIONS PROJECT.

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Interested parties from diverse backgrounds who seek to make a difference by creating impactful theatre are strongly encouraged to inquire.


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