Hard Four Productions Press:

Article with Sean Quinn & Peter Perenyi on the making of the film “Flying”.


“Sean Quinn from Hard Four Productions Cold Cold Coffin interview”


Peter Schwinge & Jason Lekberg (LekbergEnterprises.com) are back to discuss all things Heavy!

This week, Jason and Peter discuss virtual concerts, Tool, and are joined by special guests, Sean Quinn of Hard Four Productions, Executive Producer of Cold Cold Coffin – Peter Perenyi of PRP Productions, Director of Photography & Executive Producer – and Orion Perenyi of PRP Productions, Steadicam Operator & Editor of Cold Cold Coffin.



“Backstage worker-turned-playwright, director create company for blue-collar stories, starting with ‘Money Grubbin’ Whores’”

Read the full article: NY Daily News (PDF)

“New Jersey native salutes blue-collar characters with Hard Four Productions”

Read the full article: Sunday Star Ledger (PDF)

Hard Four Productions Reviews:

Brief, surprising 2015 Alice Cooper band reunion shown on new documentary


You know, some of the best plays are not on the Great White Way – but a mere block or two away making up the dynamic Off-Broadway community and offering the same high caliber of storytelling you’ve grown accustomed to on Broadway. One such play is the new dark comedy Money Grubbin’ Whores – written by Sean J. Quinn and brilliantly directed by Brian Cichocki.

Read the full review: NY Beacon

Money Grubbin’ Whores is a dark comedy that’s both funny and deep. A pretty powerful play… great cast.

Read the full review: RomanceBeat.com (PDF)

Don’t let the title fool you Money Grubbin’ Whores is surprisingly relatable for everyone! Sean J. Quinn’s writing is smart, honest, funny, touching and a bit brash. A truly ensemble piece… allowing the truth of the plot and personalities to shine. Under the direction of Brian Cichocki… the stellar cast wins over the audience.

Read the full review: Entertainment Hour (PDF)

Heartfelt performances by the small yet mighty cast certainly make the play enjoyable… [and] with no easy conclusion, Whores reminds us that marriage, or any serious relationship, means giving yourself to another person, and when that falls apart, no matter your race, class, or creed, it just ain’t pretty.

Read the full review: StageBuddy.com (PDF)